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Interview with John Sutherland, researcher at the Medical Research Council (United Kingdom).
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Interview with Mario Bunge, philosopher and physicist.
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«I chose statistics because I thought it was just more interesting, had more life to it than pure mathematics, even though I was trained mathematically». Alan Gelfand explains his passion

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[The following text is only a summary of the full interview published in Spanish and Catalan] Niles Eldredge works for the American Museum of Natural History in New York. He is

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David Attenborough was born in London in 1926, at a time when Robert Flaherty had managed to consolidate the documentary genre as a means of expression in its own right.

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Robin Dunbar (Liverpool, 1947), professor at the University of Oxford and member of the British Academy, an anthropologist and evolutionary biologist of international renown, is known above all for his

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I have never been able to separate Edgar from Morin. I met him in 1980 when I began to translate La Méthode (Method) while working on my PhD Thesis (which

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Diego Puga is a researcher at the Social Sciences unit of the Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies (IMDEA). He holds a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics,

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George Whitesides

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] [caption id="attachment_468" align="alignnone" width="1200"] Foto: Pere Estupinyà[/caption] Throughout his career, George Whitesides (Louisville, U.S.A., 1939) has developed powerful nanofabrication techniques such as soft lithography and molecular self-assembly. His research earned him

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