UAB's archaeology students participate in the Arqueoborn project

Students of the UAB bachelor's degree in Archaeology are participating this summer in the Arqueoborn project: researching the urban site of the El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria with the objective of obtaining the entire chronostratigraphic sequence from between the end of the 13th century and the year 1717. Read more


Human gut virus found in over one-third of the world's countries

An international research with the involvement of the UAB demonstrates that the presence of a bacterial virus of the human microbiota, called crAssphage, is commonly found in the wastewaters of one-third of the world's countries, albeit with genetic variations depending to their geographic origin. The study was published in Nature Microbiology. Read more


Gianfranco Pasquino

"Ideological votes are ceasing to exist"

Interview with Gianfranco Pasquino, emeritus professor of political science of the University of Bologna, who visited the UAB to participate in the "Dialogues On Europe" cycle, organised by the Institute for Political and Social Sciences and the Jean Monnet Chair in European Policies. Read more