Alba Anadon Rosell, a gentle sight with a forceful speech

14 de September 2021Adriana Clivillé

Without making too much noise and with an always affable look. Talking to Alba Anadon Rosell you get the feeling that, despite the difficulties, this researcher with a heterogeneous international background always approaches situations in a cordial and affectionate way.


Bee species with larger brains learn better

16 de August 2021Anna Ramon Revilla

Having a larger brain has a direct impact on bee learning, a theory already demonstrated in birds and primates, which is highlighted in a study published in the Royal Society Open Science, led by a scientific team from CREAF and the Doñana Biological Station (CSIC).


Fishing can alter the shoaling behaviour of fish, with ecological and socio-economic consequences

23 de July 2021CREAF

Fishing activity may decrease the shoaling behaviour of fish, a strategy they use to minimise the risk of predation, acquire resources and share information efficiently, according to an international study led by ICM-CSIC and CREAF.


Imbalance-P places nutrient imbalance on the world agenda

21 de June 2021Carla Kühleis

The world is leading towards more accurate climate modelling, more equitable policymaking, and more sustainable food production thanks to the Imbalance-P project, with Josep Peñuelas, Michael Obersteiner, Ivan Janssens and Philippe Ciais.


CREAF, observer organisation at the 8th IPBES plenary session

14 de June 2021Carla Kühleis

As a new observer organization, from CREAF we are taking part in the IPBES 8th Plennary session, from today 14th to the 24th of June 2021. Our scientific coordinator, Alícia Pérez-Porro, and researcher Lluís Brotons are taking part in this annual meeting that is held online.

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