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25 YEARS OF MÈTODE

Guillermo Muñoz-Matutano recovers Nano – Mètode's issue dedicated to nanotechnology – and reviews the main changes ocurred in the nanoworld these years, along with its future challenges.
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The year 2009 marked the bicentenary of Charles Darwin’s birth. Mètode celebrated with this monograph, which delved into different aspects of the naturalist’s research, and also with the publication of his Autobiography, previously unpublished in Catalan.
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NEWS

The interaction between medicine and literature has been constant over time. Doctors who were also writers, ill people who have told their stories, authors who have either ridiculed or exalted doctors’ role... Stories about epidemics, about bad practices, scams, success stories... What can we learn from all of these?

Biotechnology can give answers to different social challenges: biomedical issues, such as the need to provide a solution for illnesses and infections, or food issues, such as producing enough to feed an ever-increasing world population.

2017 sets the starting point for the celebration Mètode’s 25th anniversary, a journal born in 1992 with the goal to build a bridge between science and humanities. All throughout the year, different past issues will be retrieved on the website.

Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the journal, Mètode opens a new website, more visual and accesible and with an adaptive design. From now on, Mètode’s readers will have a more satisfactory navigation experience from any device.

Hi ha igualtat de gènere en la ciència? Tenen les mateixes oportunitats homes i dones per a seguir una carrera acadèmica o científica? Com influeixen els biaixos androcèntrics en la recerca? Aquestes preguntes i d’altres són les que es posaran sobre la taula el pròxim dimecres 21 de desembre en

We analyse the situation of women in science, the effects of androcentric biases in research, and the potential changes that would come with more inclusive practices.

The documentary presented by Patty Bonet allows the public tu step into her skin – or rather her eyes – since the images we see reflect the visual impairment of a person with type OCA4 albinism.

Call for papers open for autumn 2017's monograph, «The wolf in sheep's clothing», devoted to pseudosciences.

ENTREVISTA

«Mixing is probably a good thing if we need to adapt to a changing environment»

LATEST MÈTODE ISSUE

SheScience

An open path for gender equality in research

by Ana Sánchez, Teresa Samper-Gras, Marcela Jabbaz & Capitolina Díaz

Rachel Carson

Science from women’s lives. Better science?

by Carmen Magallón Portolés

Jane Goodall

Breaking the glass ceiling

by Nazareth Gallego Morón

Margarita Salas

The science of difference

by Carme Valls-Llobet

Ada Lovelace

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