Professor Mercedes Pardo-Buendía, expert sociologist in climate change, offered a master lecture at the UAB's official inauguration of the 2019/20 academic year. The event took place on 18 September at 12 noon, at the conference hall of the Rectorat building.
Institute of Neuroscience researchers have identified the role played by each of the neuronal types in the manifestations of this untreatable children's disease. The research was published in eLife.
The SAF invites the university community to participate in its open day and enjoy a free master class, taking place on Thursday 19 September at the SAF facilities from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Some countries' Paris Climate Agreement pledges may not be as ambitious as they appear, according a new study carried out by researchers from the ICTA-UAB institute.
The UAB Research Park organises two information sessions to present the 10th edition of the Ideas Generation Programme, focused on smart food challenges. Sessions will take place on 13 Sept at 10 a.m., and 17 Sept at 12 noon, at the Faculty of Sciences and Biosciences.
A study with the involvement of the team led by Dr Jordi Surrallés, Professor of Genetics at the UAB, presents the first clinical demonstration of engrafment and expansion of gene-corrected cells in the blood of Fanconi anemia patients. The study, published in Nature Medicine, was led by the CIEMAT/CIBERER/IIS-FJD Consortium.
UAB researchers Òscar Vilarroya and Albert Quintana each received the Health Research grant and the CaixaImpulse grant, both under the Research and Innovation Grants and Aids Programme.
The Government of Catalonia has opened a new call for 18 lecturers at the UAB under the Serra Húnter Programme. This international call will be open for applications until 30 September 2019.
This year's edition of The Times Higher Education World University Ranking places the UAB in position 157 worldwide. The university improves its score in internationalisation, private funding and research citations, but falls 12 points with regard to last year.
Arnau Noguera Segura just graduated from the secondary school Institut Antoni Torroja in Cervera and is the student with the highest mark to enter the UAB, with a score of 13.866 out of 14. He will be studying Genetics and although he finds it hard to imagine what this new phase will be like, he is very excited to begin university.
plaša CÝvica plaša CÝvica
UAB Cinema Hall UAB Cinema Hall
UAB Cinema UAB Cinema
- UAB bachelor's degrees
- PhD programmes
- Studies in English
- UAB Barcelona Summer School
- Teaching Centres
- Graduate School
- Mobility & International Exchange
- UAB-CIE Sphere
- UAB Research Park
- Financial aids, grants & calls
- UAB EmprŔn programme
- UAB exchange offices
- UAB services
- International Support Service
- UAB Videos
- UAB in Social Networks