The research, led by the ICTA-UAB and the Stanford University (USA) warns that trees can only absorb a fraction of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and their ability to do so beyond 2100 is unclear. The study was published in the journal Nature Climate Change.
Researchers from the UAB and the UVic-UCC detect high levels of lead concentration in wildlife samples from the Peruvian Amazon caused by lead-based ammunition and oil-related pollution in extraction areas.
A group of researchers from the Hospital del Mar and the UAB have demonstrated the benefits of using a gentle sensorial vibration during the night to patients with fibromyalgia. The study was published in the journal Arthritis Research & Therapy.
The UAB Governing Council passed the Fourth Gender Equality Action Plan, which will be in force until 2023. The plan serves to articulate the gender and LGBTI equality policies within the university setting.
A study led by the UAB reveals that climate change is increasing the natural acidification of the headwaters of Pyrenean rivers at an alarming rate. The process is expanding and the increase of potentially toxic compounds could affect the quality of hydrological resources at medium and lower elevations.
Researchers from the CRM and the UAB have mathematically described the frequency of several dangerous phenomena according to their size with more precision than ever. Using new statistical tools, researchers have rigorously demonstrated how the frequency of most of them can be described with the same mathematical rule.
During the month of August, UAB campus services will have special opening hours and some will close for a short period. Train and bus lines to and from campus will also function on different timetables.
Jordi Sort, ICREA researcher at the Department of Physics, was awarded one of the ERC's Proof of Concept grants. ICMAB researcher Teresa Puig was also awarded the same grant.
The Open University of the Netherlands will award an honorary doctorate to environmental economist Jeroen van den Bergh, ICREA research lecturer at the ICTA-UAB and lecturer in environmental economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Arnau Noguera Segura just graduated from the secondary school Institut Antoni Torroja in Cervera and is the student with the highest mark to enter the UAB, with a score of 13.866 out of 14. He will be studying Genetics and although he finds it hard to imagine what this new phase will be like, he is very excited to begin university.
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