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PAYING FOR NATURE’S SERVICES REVEALS SHORTCOMINGS THAT CAN HAMPER THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

03/14/2018

New research, published today in the journal Nature Sustainability and conducted by Ikerbasque Professor at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), suggests that due to shortcuts in design and execution, PES programs may, in practice, work less effectively than they could, lowering their...

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Reconstrucción virtual de un huesecillo del oído

New technologies and scientific approaches permit the extraction of new paleobiological, paleopathological and behavioural information from a Neandertal found more than 100 years ago

02/26/2018

An international team, led by the Ikerbasque research fellow Dr. Asier Gómez-Olivencia at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), has reported new information on the mostly complete male adult Neandertal La Ferrassie 1 skeleton found in 1909. This new information has been published in...

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Ikerbasque's main results from 2017

02/19/2018

At the end of 2017, Ikerbasque was comprised of a total of 149 Research Professors with extensive research and leadership capacity, 62 Research Fellows with whom it is intended to promote a pool of young high-level researchers and 10 Research Associates, a category that complements the previous...

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Colisión de partículas

Quantum computer to simulate particle collisions

02/08/2018

New publication in Nature Communications of the QUTIS group of the UPV / EHU led by the Ikerbasque Researcher, Enrique Solano, in which they simulate the collision...

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Assessing nature's contributions to people

01/20/2018

Plentiful food, clean water and healthy air are among the most valuable and visible benefits of nature to people. This has reinforced the widespread, and increasingly controversial, belief that nature is mainly a source of services or commodities.

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