METODES2011

© MÈTODE Science's Method gathers the articles from the monographs published in 2011: from Elective Affinities (issue 68) to Beloved Botany (issue 72). Themes, therefore, are varied: chemistry,

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© José Vicente Bernabeu   «When I came back from Gombe I explained to the academia in Cambridge that chimpanzees use tools, like us, and

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According to the UN's latest State of World Population report, today, more than half of the population of the world lives in the

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PERQUES

At Mètode we want to satisfy your scientific curiosity with a new section— «Mètode's Whys and Wherefores»— devoted to the science around us,

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© J. V. Bernabeu Pardo   «The use of plants like miscanthus wouldn't add to the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, since the CO2

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© V. Rodríguez At the top, a wind farm. In the last thirty years, wind energy has had a major role in research. The other side

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Documento sin título © BananaStock Ltd. Pain, the universal

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The interactive virtual museum «Leyendo el libro de la vida» (“Reading the book of life”) has received the Prisma Award for Outreach 2011

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WEBMETODE

Mètode journal has launched a new website, aiming to strengthen its position on the Internet. This new site is intended to promote

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AutorsOxigen

Métode presents a theatre play about ambition, ethics and scientific curiosity. The collection «Monografies Métode» (Mètode Special Issues) has published Oxygen by Carl Djerassi

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Stuart Clark has made contributions for newspapers, radio and television and he writes popular science books that have been

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During the International Year of Forests, Mètode would like to contribute to the event by dedicating this issue to one of the dangers faced by these ecosystems: forest fires. Coordinated by

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Science is Culture. Scientific Knowledge at the Beginning of the 21st Century is the new Mètode Annual Review, which has been published in English for the first time. With this

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Richard Dawkins (Nairobi, 1941) va estudiar en la Universitat d’Oxford, on va fer el doctorat sota la direcció de l’etòleg holandès Niko Tinbergen (premi Nobel 1973). Després d’una breu estada a la Universitat de Califòrnia, el 1970 va accedir a una plaça de professor al Departament de Zoologia de la Universitat d’Oxford, a la qual va estar vinculat durant tota la carrera acadèmica.
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