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Over 3.200 consistent misconceptions in English identified in an online available corpus

02/15/2017

A group comprising UPV/EHU Professor Maria Luisa García Lecumberri, Ikerbasque Research Professor Martin Cooke and researchers from the University of Sheffield Jon Barker and Ricard Marxer have identified 3,207 consistent misconceptions pertaining to English, that is, mistakes made by a...

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International Day of Women in Science

International Day of Women in Science

02/11/2017

According to the most recent UNESCO Science Report, women account for only 28 percent of researchers across the world. The message is clear: more than ever today, the world needs science and science needs women. In order to achieve the full and equal access of women and girls to science and...

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Nerve regeneration after injuries

Nerve regeneration after injuries

02/07/2017

The work of the Ikerbasque researcher Ashwin Woodhoo on nerve injury regeneration has been selected as one of the most relevant articles of the last two years in the prestigious “Journal of Cell Biology”, and was recently presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience....

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Thomas Friederiksen, appointed new editor of the section “Nanostructures & Nanoelectronics” in the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter

02/02/2017

Thomas Friederiksen, Ikerbasque Research Professor at DIPC- Donostia International Physics Centre since 2012, has been appointed new editor of the section “Nanoestructures & Nanoelectronics” in the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter.

His research involves theoretical...

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Michael Marder’s “Through Vegetal Being” winner of the ICA Book of the Year 2016

01/30/2017

ICA- Institute of Contemporary Arts in London has announced that Michael Marder’s “Through Vegetal Being” has won  the ICA Book of the Year 2016 prize. “Through Vegetal Being: Two philosophical perspectives” is a book written by Ikerbasque Professor Michael Marder and Luce Irigaray.

It...

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