In order to acquire and shape knowledge we need to receive and create information, and for these processes we have a machine – which we call cognitive – which is made up of various receptor […]

If we think of art as a way of interpreting the world we live in, we inevitably find connections with philosophy and science in general, and with maths in particular. Nowadays the close relationship between […]

Diabetes is an epidemic that mainly affects the more developed countries. In Spain, more than 5 million people over the age of 18 suffer from it (13.8% of the population). This disease affects such vital […]

They say we live in the post-truth era. A term that is used to describe the situation in which emotional appeals and personal beliefs have a greater influence when creating a public opinion than hard […]

Mutations occurring in the proteins of our bodies may cause cancer and other illnesses. A group of geneticists and engineers at UPV/EHU have created special computer software capable of analysing 40,000 proteins per minute […]

The Punta Begoña Galleries (Getxo) are one of the most significant constructions in the Basque Country from the early 20th century due to the peculiarity of their use, the uniqueness of their location and the […]

The research centres CIC nanoGUNE and Donostia International Phyisics Center (DIPC) have launched nanoKOMIK for second year in order to create a participatory nanofiction comic that will popularize the advances that are being done […]

According to several observations, a large part of the universe is expanding. The Earth is in a region of the universe where that kind of violent expansion has already finished. However, other regions are […]

A new food pyramid was brought out recently. This document, based on the contributions of more than one hundred food and public health experts, aims to promote healthy eating habits. Some changes that have […]

Art and science are two forms of knowledge that seem distant, mainly because of professional specialisation and compartmentalised education. The study of this artificial separation created the stereotype of the two cultures, of sciences and […]