Introduction: Everything is chemistry

Learning to transform matter – whether by cooking food or turning minerals into materials for making tools – has been key to the development of human societies. Everything we are

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Geoturisme a les illes Columbretes (Castelló). / Marc Boada

This article reflects on outdoor recreational science and its relationship with teaching, scientific dissemination, collecting, and geological tourism.
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quimica

Recreational chemistry allows us to visualise and participate in practical experiences that are not always easily accessible, but it is important that it does not obscure the scientific knowledge that we want to transmit.
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ciència recreativa en un Club  de Ciència infantil

Today, citizens interested in science have many ways to access it, from the classic formats of books and journals, to television and radio programmes, to social networks and other internet platforms.
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Julio Sanjua

The plan to find a general definition of storytelling looked simple. Slightly unexpected problem, though… the simple, almost universal definition of storytelling was not found.
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Duria Antiquior

Christianity has produced stories that have served as a reference point for scientific research for centuries. Two of these examples are analysed here, the story of Creation and the story of Noah's Ark.
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tiktok

Review of the changes in the way science is presented to audiences through the new narratives offered by social networks.
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Jane Godall

This monograph provides new points of view on the role of stories in shaping scientific thought, and on the way in which this resource communicates science.
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babouin

Habitat loss and degradation is one of the main threats to primates. When protecting the environment, the cultural diversity of the population groups living in protected areas cannot be ignored, because the survival of biodiversity depends on the attitudes of these communities.
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ximpanzé

When did cumulative culture evolve in our lineage? This paper discusses how the field of experimental primate archaeology has contributed to this question by describing several stone-tool experiments conducted with great apes.
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ximpanzés

What are the hunting roles in chimpanzees? The available evidence suggests that they are capable of coordination between individuals, but it is unclear whether they can also share a common strategy.
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Un mico caputxí esplugant-ne un altre

Primates usually live in groups. Sociality provides primates with benefits like support and learning opportunities that ultimately increase their fitness.
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Il·lustracions de primats de Jordi Sabater Pi

The order Primates includes more than three hundred species, among which are us, human beings. Perhaps that is why we are so fascinated by their study.
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Reconstrucció del sauròpode Turiasaurus riodevensis

Spain is representative for the use of dinosaurs as a tool for territorial development in rural areas, which promotes the presence of specialists, museums, geoparks, etc.
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Excavació del dinosaure sauròpode Spinophorosaurus nigerensis el 2007 a les proximitats d’Agadez (Níger).

Over the past 20 years, the study of fossils using 3D visualisation techniques, better known as virtual palaeontology, has revolutionised the study of organisms from the past
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Figura 1. Representació d’un Argyrosaurus superbus.

Which was the most giant titanosaurid sauropod from Argentina? Argentinosaurus has been proposed as the largest titanosaurid, but recently a new king has been erected: the Patagotitan.
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Proa valdearinnoensis de la conca del Maestrat

The Maestrat Basin is a favourable area for the discovery of dinosaur fossils. The findings in this area provide valuable information to understand the evolution of hadrosauriforms.
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dinosaurios

This monograph summarises a variety of contributions on dinosaurs, including contributions on dinodiversity documentation.
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The Horse in Motion

Despite being intended mainly for artistic purposes or for personal use (portraits and travel diaries, etc.), photography soon became a valuable ally of science.
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Interview with Cristina Mittermeier, conservation biologist and photographer. She shares her projects, which combine both of her professional interests.
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Astrophography is a powerful tool for both amateurs and professionals to study the universe.
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Photography has established itself as a key tool in astronomical research and is fundamental to a better understanding of the universe.
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fotografia i biodiversitat

Nowadays, the combination of photography and biodiversity is an important tool for scientific projects, especially in the field of conservation.
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Photography has positioned itself not only as an effective means of collecting data, but also as a tool for sharing scientific information, both inside and outside the academic world.
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