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Carme Torras
Interview with Carme Torras

Technology is addictive. Carme Torras Genís (Barcelona, 1956) remarked this in one of her lectures, in which she usually warns of the need for an ethical perspective in robot design. She is a research professor at the Institute of Robotics and Industrial Informatics (a joint

Humans 2.0

Can humans control the future evolution of our species? Based on current knowledge in genetics, one can infer and extrapolate what may happen in the near future. After all, if we are to predict the future, we must first understand the foundations of our present.

Art and science to unveil the secrets of the brain

«There are some things that words cannot explain, there are some things that scientists cannot discover.» This is a personal statement by the artist Lidó Rico. This may be the reason why the project «Genoarchitecture» was born, a combination of art and neuroscience. Two neuroscientists, Kuei

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Hurry up calmly

[caption id="attachment_18596" align="alignleft" width="320"] 2007 commemorative stamp with the face of the physiologist and physician Hans Selye, on the occasion of  the one hundred anniversary of his birth. / Mètode[/caption] It's not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it. (Hans Selye) Humans have always been extraordinary

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Interview with José Bernabéu

Medical physics uses knowledge from fundamental physics and applies to medicine, particularly to diseases such as cancer and those produced by neural disorders such as Alzheimer's. IFIMED, Institute for Medical Physics located in the Science Park of the University of Valencia, researches on improving accelerators