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3Q: Ei-ichi Negishi

Ei-ichi Negishi, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Over 40 years ago, he discovered the cross coupling reaction catalysed by palladium, a method which revolutionised the world of organic chemistry and allowed for fundamental advances in the fields of medicine and health, agriculture and electronics.

3Q: Paul Robbins

Paul Robbins, Director of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin. Considered to be one of the most renowned researchers in the emerging field of political ecology.

3Q: Timothy F.H. Allen

Tim Allen is a theoretical ecologist at the University of Wisconsin (USA) pioneer in the so-called hierarchy theory. Taking advantage of his visit to the UAB, we ask him three questions on the inability of science to deal with environmental problems and on the contribution that this theory can make to overcome the...

New Device for Cytochrome c Detection

In recent years many devices have been developed to detect very small concentrations of elements, compounds or substances, such as biosensors, which are based on biological recognition systems. The authors of this study have developed a particular type of biosensor, that uses aptamers, for...

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