Travelling with Darwin

What do we know of his travel? What did it mean for young Darwin? What, for the history of science?
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NUEVO-JARDI

Mètode publishes El Jardí Animat. Propostes didàctiques per a gaudir de les plantes, the result of a

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portadaanuari

Laura Sanantonio Crespo After Scopus's Content Selection & Advisory Board notified the inclusion of Mètode Science Studies Journal in their

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annual

Mètode faces the end of the year with good news: the incorporation of, Mètode Science Studies Journal

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On the origin of life. A conversation between Antonio Lazcano and Juli Peretó

What is the origin of living beings?  What do we and cacti have in common? Juli Peretó, Professor and Researcher of Biochemistry and Molecular

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NOU-NUMERO-87

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Carmen Nájera: «Science is well regarded, but poorly funded»

Carmen Nájera, Full Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Alacant, was one of the winners of the Distinguished Women in Chemistry or

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COMUNICAR-SALUD_web

© Pepa Granados Communicating health. Opportunities and challenges in health communication is the title of the seminar organised by

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Why do only female mosquitoes bite?

CARLES MARTÍN CANTARINO answers: The answer may be simple, and pretty sure many people already know it: only female mosquitoes bite because they need blood,

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NOU-NUMERO

«Science needs to be communicated, and in this communication, what and how inevitably go hand in hand.

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