Association Germaine TillionIn the photo, Germaine Tillion, who spent three years in the Aures mountain range in eastern Algeria, a
Question sent by LAURA RUBINAT (Tàrrega). ALBERT MASÓ answers:
Well, to give an answer to that we first need to settle what we understand by «urinating».
We met Manel Porcar at his lab to talk about the importance of the iGEM award won by his team, about future projects and
2013 draws to an end and we bid it farewell with a compilation of the top five articles on our website.
Mètode Alexander von Humboldt wandered for five years around inhospitable America looking for plants, animals, rocks, rivers, volcanoes
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Some of the editors of science communication media who participated in the seminar «Science and the Press» answer the question: «Why is science journalism
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