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Bees and flowers: made for each other

When someone is indecisive, or goes after someone to get something, they are said to do the butterfly, or to go from flower to flower… These are popular sayings that perhaps nowadays people do not keep in mind, especially those who do not go out in the countryside, or who wear the green glasses of naturalism. Today, on World Bee Day, we want you to put on these glasses and see how the insects that visit our flowers behave.

A high mountain lake in Andorra. Image: Galdric Mossoll
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Expedition begins to chart the invisible biodiversity of Pyrenean lakes

The Pyrenees region is experiencing a warming rate higher than the global average, making it a critical observatory for the impacts of climate change. Researchers have begun efforts to chart the biodiversity of microorganisms living under the surface of 300 different lakes across the Pyrenees.

De Waal eats a banana at the Barcelona Zoo, while a chimpanzee watches him. Image: Xavier Cervera, Panos Pictures, Redux.
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Frans de Waal: Bridging the Primate-Human Divide

Frans de Waal, the Dutch primatologist who revolutionised the perception of emotions in primates, has died at the age of 75. CREAF pays tribute to his research career and prolific writing.

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What resistance does science find to be equitable? 

o commemorate this year’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, CREAF launches a campaign to raise awareness about the resistances that research centers still encounter in achieving gender equity.

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2022 at CREAF at a glance

CREAF has released its annual report for 2022, which provides a comprehensive overview of our scientific activities throughout the year, and showcases a solidified presence

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