“Integrating a culture of 'less is more' is very difficult for Western society”
“Global poverty it is not a natural feature of the world but rather an artifact of policy"
"It is important to bring scientists closer to other people and to find a common language"
"Climate change and environmental degradation cannot be treated separate from issues related to inequalities”
“Entrepreneurship is wonderful. Conditioning ourselves during a creative process –far from making barriers- often stimulates”
The award recognizes young researchers who have stood out in their professional careers for the quality and excellence of their work.
So suggests a study that compares the behaviour of rodents and humans with respect to the detection rhythm, published in Journal of Comparative Psychology by Alexandre Celma-Miralles and Juan Manuel Toro, researchers at the Center for Brain and Cognition.
The initiative, which was officially launched on December 1, 2019, implies a teaching and research community formed by six European universities. The project was selected to be part of the Erasmus + "European Universities" program of the European Commission.
This is the subject of a study published on 14 November in Nature Physics Communications by Gorka Zamora-López, a researcher at the Center for Brain and Cognition (CBC), and Romain Brasselet, a researcher at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste (Italy).
A partnership project for innovation and the exchange of good educational practices as part of the EU’s Erasmus+ coordinated by the University of Salerno (Italy), in which the UPF CINEMA group is participating as a partner providing some of the main lines of the project content.
Miquel Serra-Burriel, a researcher at the Centre for Research in Health Economics (CRES-UPF), co-author of the article together with researchers from the Hepatology Unit of Hospital Clínic de Barcelona and a team of international experts, have published the study in Journal of Hepatology in the framework of the LiverScreen project.