26 March 2019

Tribute to Japan by Marc Bernabé

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.

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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.

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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“.

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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.

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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.

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