“It’s possible to dedicate yourself to research without having a brilliant academic record”
At a meeting held in Barcelona on 21 September 2017, the highest representatives of universities and research centres in Catalonia (sixty institutions representing almost 90% of the system), alongside with representatives of trade unions and student associations, have evaluated the current situation in Catalonia in view of recent actions by the Spanish government.
The Catalan public universities vindicate dialogue as the only possible way to face the situation in Catalonia
If you could save the lives of five people by pushing another in front of a train to their death, would you? And would there be any difference if this choice was presented in a language you speak but is not your mother tongue?
Pompeu Fabra University is the Spanish institution to have received most European Starting Grants in 2017
Ruben Durante and Antonio Penta, lecturers with the Department of Economics and Business are to analyse the independence of the media in the Internet age and strategic uncertainty in economic environments, respectively, while Carla Lancelotti, associated to the Department of Humanities, will examine the management of rainfed crops in the past.