Interview with Leo van Bergen, historian and military-medical expert, on the occasion of the centenary of Armistice Day, which marked the end of World War I.
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Interview with Dr. Graham Bell, Professor of Evolution at McGill University (Montréal) and one of the most important voices in the academic field of evolutionary biology.
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Obstacles, virtues and experiences derived from being a woman in science.
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Professor of the Department of Animal and Plant Science of the University of Sheffield.
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Marcos Morales José Luis Rubio is the founder and first director of the Desertification Research Centre (CIDE-CSIC). His research work has been acknowledged many times with a number of awards such

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Maria Josep Picó She sees herself as a «daughter of the economic emigration, of the generation that opened borders», since she was born in Paris in 1966. The general director

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Marta Navarro With a speech about the structure and dynamics of proteins, professor Francisco Tomás joined last February the Royal Academy of Medicine of Valencia. The principal of the University of

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PhD in Sociology from the University of London, Capitolina Díaz is a woman with an important academic and professional career. In the past she occupied the positions of Director of

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«Towards a scientific, mathematic and technological literacy in the twenty-first century» is the premise under which the I CTEM Conference (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) will take place in the Valencia region.

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Mètode Journalist Giuseppe Smorto leads the website of Italian newspaper La Repubblica, one of the most read in the country and a

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Maurizio Gotti. Photo: Martí Domínguez

Interview with Maurizio Gotti, linguist at the University of Bergamo, researcher on specialised discours
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Jose Antonio Arias Centelles Rossana Zaera has grey hair, fair skin and deep eyes. However, her physical features are not her most characteristic trait, but the personality of her work. As a child

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Climate-KIC Mary Ritter is Professor Emerita of Immunology at Imperial College London. She is the former Chief Executive Officer of the Climate-KIC European initiative (Knowledge, Innovation, Community), who has recently opened a

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Pepa Granados We could say Antonio Camacho is an adventurer; few people go to Antarctica to do research in extreme conditions like this professor

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Pepa Granados Francisca García Abad is Professor of Library and Information Science and Professor of History of Science and Research at the Faculty of

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Pepa Granados Ángel Carracedo (1955) is Professor of Legal Medicine and Director of the Institute of Legal Medicine of the University of Santiago de

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Teresa Coll Research in extracellular vesicles has skyrocketed since its discovery 30 years ago due to its potential medical applications in treating diseases

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Diego Muñoz For twenty years now you have been directing one of the oldest Masters in science communication, of which you were also a promoter

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Anna Mateu The nuclear debate has made a comeback in recent weeks in Valencia after the trial held against 16 Greenpeace activists and a photographer

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Íngrid Lafita PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Valencia since 1995, Santiago F. Elena knows viruses up close. His research focuses on

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Felip Pineda A letter published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet has brought José María Martín Moreno, full professor of Preventive Medicine of the University

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Parlem amb Juan Fuster sobre els aspectes més destacats de la física de partícules i sobre l’enteniment entre els científics i els periodistes, una relació que considera necessària.
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Anna Mateu New arguments for old stereotypes. That’s how professor Cordelia Fine describes «neurosexism», a term referring to the use of neuroscience to justify

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Jordi Play We are all Africans, the Italian geneticist and writer assures. And should we want to find «genuine» Europeans, we would have to

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