A project by ICTA-UAB will assess the “green gentrification” process by which the creation of green urban amenities tends to attract the higher social classes and excludes the most vulnerable groups.
The Centre for Demographic Studies-UAB shows that Barcelona has a strong ability to attract highly qualified young professionals, but little power in distributing them in different neighbourhoods.
A research led by the UAB has documented and mapped 344 archaeological vestiges using surface prospecting techniques. The results reveal a heavily humanised area, occupied for more than 10,000 years, with the majority of registries existing above the current treeline and linked to livestock raising practices.
On 22 July, the list of students admitted to their second option will be made public. The enrolment period at the UAB will be from 25 to 27 July. Information on each bachelor's degree can be found at the enrolment website.
A study with the involvement of the UAB warns of the negative impacts of rapid ocean warming and ocean acidification on coccolithophores and consequently in the regulatory processes of atmospheric and ocean concentrations of carbon dioxide.
The cut-off marks corresponding to the first enrolment period for the 2016/17 academic year confirm the great demand for UAB undergraduate courses. The UAB's joint bachelor's degree in Physics+Mathematics is once again the one with the highest cut-off mark in Catalonia (13.238), while 21 other bachelor's degrees have cut-off marks above 10.
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