The UAB presents its academic programmes at the education fairs

The UAB will be showcasing its academic programmes for the 2019-2020 academic year at the Saló de l'Ensenyament (20 to 24 March) and Futura (22 and 23 March). Both education fairs will take place at the Montjuïc Fair venue in Barcelona. Read more

Abric Balma Guilanyà (Lleida)

Iberian Peninsula, last refuge of the European lineage surviving the Ice Age

A study with the involvement of CEPAP-UAB has identified in the Iberian Peninsula a genetic lineage with two lineages which survived in Western Europe at the end of the Ice Age, one of which was considered to have disappeared 14,000 years ago. This dual lineage survived through the hunter-gatherers of Balma Guilanyà (Lleida, 12,000 years ago) and in the first Iberian Neolithics. Read more

Researchers Òscar de la Cruz, Alexander Fidora and Ulisse Cecini, editors of the first edition

UAB researchers publish first edition of the Latin Talmud

The edition of the Extractiones de Talmud is the result of a European project coordinated by ICREA researcher Alexander Fidora and aims to rescue from oblivion the Latin translations of this sacred Jewish text, older than most Hebrew manuscripts surviving the censorship of the 13th century.
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Gender inequality in household tasks already present in adolescence

A study by the Centre for Demographic Studies (CED) of the UAB analyses gender inequalities in the use of time in Spain and concludes that inequalities persist in couples in which women have a higher level of education and income. These inequalities already appear in adolescence, but having children is what heightens them most.  Read more

Estimulació propioceptiva en ratolins

Sensory Stimuli Improves Brain Damage in Mouse Models of Preterm Birth

A research conducted by the INc-UAB shows that the same perinatal brain injury caused by hypoxia and ischemia have differentiated effects on each gender, but can be improved through tactile and proprioceptive stimuli. - Petting and massaging the mice in the first stages of their life provided neurological protection in their adult life, especially in male mice in which the injury was reduced by half. Read more