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Guardians of the sunken past

Since its foundation in 1992, the Subaquatic Archaeology Center of Catalonia in Girona has catalogued over 800 underwater archaeological sites in Catalonia’s coastal waters and has led the fight against treasure hunters seeking to turn the Mediterranean’s cultural heritage into personal profit

JOSEPH WILSON | APRIL 19TH, 2011

"Japanese scientists are suspicious of official data"

Teresa Moreno is a researcher at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research of Spain’s National Research Council located in Barcelona. Currently, she is carrying out research at the University of Kumamoto in southern Japan, where she arrived two days after the tsunami devastated in country. An expert on air quality, Moreno explains how she sees the situation in Japan

DAVID SEGARRA | APRIL 8TH, 2011

Catalan spin-offs on the rise

Before 2001, Spanish universities had only created 18 spin-off companies. Now there are hundreds of them, and many of them are Catalan. Spin-offs are companies created by scientists at a university or scientific institution to directly exploit the fruits of their research

JOAN CARLES AMBROJO | APRIL 1ST, 2011

"In Catalonia the tsunami risk is low but not zero"

Japan's devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami have set off alarms across much of the planet. Can a catastrophe of this magnitude take place in the Mediterranean? Are we prepared for it? University of Barcelona professor Miquel Canals, a marine geosciences expert, provides the answers to these pressing questions

 
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