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Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

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Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

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Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

Continue


Dr. Mariano Marzo distinguished as an Honorary Associate of the "Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya"

This is part of the Management Committee will that recognizes those professionals involved with the profession of economist or impact on the economy. The merits that justified his appointment as Honorary Associate are your career and his contributions relative to existing energy resources , the geostrategic implications involved and therefore the economy of a country and its business.


Trawling modifies the seafloor relief

The intensive trawling has changed significantly in just four decades the seafloor relief, according to an article in the latest issue of the journal Nature signed by a scientific team from the Faculty of Geology of the UB

continue reading


Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in PNAS

Members of the Department publish “Early evolution and ecology of camouflage in insects" in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Another reference to this publication can be found here.

Link


Discovered the oldest known evidence of pollination

110 million years ago, during the era of the dinosaurs, a group of insects carrying pollen were trapped in drops of resin ...

Continue


Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

An international research team has recently discovered some amber fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). According to an article published in the prestigious scientific journal Current Biology, these specimens fed on nectar and pollinized gymnosperm plants 105 million years ago. Xavier Delclòs, professor in the Department of Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Marine Geosciences and researcher at the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona, is one of the authors of the study.

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