Pieces of Science

Pieces of science

Volume 14 of this English-language publication brings together the monographs published in 2023 on topics as diverse as scientific and nature photography, dinosaurs, primates and storytelling in science.

Francesc Mesquita

Researching aquatic invertebrates

Francesc Mesquita works at the Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, where he carries out research on aquatic invertebrates as indicators of water quality and evolutionary aspects.

Els articles més llegits de Mètode

The most read articles of 2023

As the year draws to a close, we at Mètode have compiled the ten most read articles of 2023. We hope you enjoy reading them and thank you for your continued support!

Jane Godall

Introduction: Science through stories

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.

Revista Mètode Storytelling

Metode looks at the use of storytelling in science in its new issue

The new Metode monograph, coordinated by Bienvenido León, focuses on storytelling as a tool for science communication.

Isabel Cordero Carrión

Between mathematics and astrophysics

We go to the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Valencia, where Isabel Cordero Carrión talks about her areas of research: applied mathematics and astrophysics, and her interest in gravitational waves.


The magic barbecue (part 1)

The next time you find yourself near a barbecue, try to pay attention to what you see. It is a fascinating scientific process.



This week in «La Pipeta», Ferran Martín invites us to playfully reflect on transhumanism.

Caragol - Snail

Why do snails come out when it rains?

Snails and slugs come out when it rains because they need a high degree of humidity to carry out some important physiological activities.

Public Understanding of Science

Public engagement as rhetoric, persuasion as practice

Some scholars nowadays use «public engagement» as an umbrella term for old and new forms of interaction between science and publics.