The third volume published by Mètode in 2019 sheds light on the involvement of science in the policies of the Third Reich.
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Barcelona's City Council passed ZOOXXI Citizens’ Initiative, an international proposal in defense of animals' rights.
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Monograph 101 delves into forensic science and its contribution to historical memory.
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New Mètode Call for Papers. The monograph for issue 106 (volume 3, 2020) will be devoted to the social, economic, and cultural aspects of nutrition. Deadline for submission: 2 December 2019.
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The exhibition «Mètode: 100 volumes of science» offers to the visitors the chance to participate in the contest «Your whys and wherefores», which will draw five annual subscriptions to the journal (only in Spanish or Catalan).
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New Mètode Call for Papers. The monograph in issue 106 (spring 2020) will be devoted to the historical and sociological aspects of standards. Deadline for submission: 21 October 2019 (EXTENDED DEADLINE).
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The yearly journal of 2019 focuses on the need for better and more extensive communication of biotechnology and its advancements, biodiversity as a dynamic concept, and the relations between machines and humans in the twenty-first century.
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Interview with Carolina Moreno, Full Professor of Journalism of the University of Valencia and director of the CONCISE European project.
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Maxwell Boykoff at La Nau - 28 February 2019

Maxwell Boykoff discusses the keys to innovative and effective scientific communication with his lecture at the La Nau Cultural Centre on 28 February.
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What challenges are awaiting science in the short and medium term, in technical, social and even ethical terms?
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Maxwell Boykoff

When, where, why and under what conditions is climate change communicated? On 28 February at 19:00, Maxwell Boykoff will deliver a lecture at the La Nau Cultural Centre devoted to creativity and climate change communication.
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Anunci del cicle de conferències en l'Escola de Pensament Europeu Lluís Vives

«The great challenges of science» begins on February 28 with a talk about climate change by Maxwell Boykoff.
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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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plantes del futur

New Mètode call for papers. Monograph 104 (volum 1 2020) will focus on the role of the plants of the future in the future challenges of humanity. Deadline for submission (EXTENDED): 15 July 2019.
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Mètode's autumn issue tries to offer a general overview of the world of robotics and artificial intelligence from the point of view of six experts in the field.
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biological diversity

New call for papers: in this issue of Mètode Science Studies Journal (autumn 2019) we will explore salient issues on the evolution of biological diversity.
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Mètode, the research dissemination journal of the University of Valencia, has been awarded the Special Jury Prize in the XIX Ciencia en Acción competition for its «rigour and quality».
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cones

Artisan ice cream production is the result of the balanced contribution of many fields of science and requires in-depth knowledge in food science, mathematics, chemistry, physics, or nutrition.
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Making Science anuari

The 2018 annual review focuses on future mathematical challenges, the palaeontological history of Homo sapiens, the delusions of pseudoscience and medical dissemination through literature.
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The latest Mètode monograph shows the importance of communication and popularisation in the field of biotechnology.
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Graham Bell

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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This Mètode Science Studies Journal monograph will deal with how National Socialism modelled the scientific development in order to serve its ideological interests. Deadline for submission: 15 December 2018.
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Mètode 96, Narrating health.

The new Mètode monograph, Narrating health, shows the different ways in which the literature connects medicine and health.
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Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein/ Wikimedia

Mileva Maric was a notorious mathematician and Einstein's first wife. Although her figure is not well known, there is a big debate regarding her role in Einstein's Nobel Prize for Physics.
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