The UAB suspends all on-site activities

According to Royal Decree 463/2020 passed by the Spanish Government, in which the state of alert is declared towards the management of the health crisis created by COVID – 19, the UAB has decided to reduce all on-site activity to the minimum level necessary to assure the safety of its personnel and facilities. All communications during this health crisis will be posted in the university's web portal (

Previsions polen

Higher and earlier pollen concentrations expected for this spring

Spring and summer pollination will begin a few days earlier than usual and in important numbers, reaching higher than average levels (from the 1994-2019 period). Experts explain how to differentiate allergy symptoms from those of the Severe Acute Respiratory Symptoms caused by the coronavirus 2.


The UAB Veterinary Clinical Hospital answers questions on coronavirus and pets

The UAB Veterinary Clinical Hospital has published a website with a list of questions and answers on the most pressing issues related to coronavirus and pets. Until the moment, there has been no evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 (the coronavirus causing COVID-19), can affect pets or that they are capable of transmitting the disease.



"We must learn to live well with less"

We spoke with activist Yayo Herrero, who visited the UAB to talk about eco-feminism and climate emergency. Considered one of the most influential activists in the eco-feminist world at European scale, she spoke to us about our civilisation's current crisis.