Marc Bernabé (Japan, 2001) is a devotee of Japanese culture and he states that he has the best job in the world: being a manga translator. For more than twenty years he has been professionally and personally linked to Japan, and he recently published his last book: “Japón, manga, traducción y vivencias de un apasionado del país del sol naciente (Japan, manga, translation and the experiences of a devotee of the Land of the Rising Sun)” which, in a certain way, is a tribute to everything that the country has contributed.READ MORE >
26 March 2019
It is possible to walk on Mars without leaving Earth?
Fellow Natalia Larrea (Canada, 2011) has led a simulated mission at the Mars Desert Research Station of the Mars Society.
22 March 2019
Merçè Balcells receives the 2019 MIT Excellence Award
Merçè Balcells has received the prestigious 2019 MIT Excellence Award in the category of “Advancing Inclusion and Global Perspectives“.
01 February 2019
Art for Meditation
Organising the mind and meditating through art: this is the aim of the project by fellow Ignacio Mateos, who holds a Master of Arts from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York. His initiative “The Artpath Method” is the first-ever online course focused on meditation through the contemplation of art.
17 January 2019
Efrén Navarro and Gonzalo Abellán Receive Starting Grants from the European Research Council (ERC)
These grants, each worth €1.5 million over a 5-year period, are aimed at postdoctoral researchers with research experience between 2 and 7 years.