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CREAF

Summer fellowships: we inspire your scientific journey through ecology!

Do you want to play a leading role in the new generation of ecology specialists? The 2nd edition of our Summer fellowships is aimed at 4 university students who want to develop their Master’s thesis under the supervision of a CREAF researcher. Therefore, it is necessary to be enrolled in the 2022-2023 edition of the Master in Terrestrial Ecology and

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Adriana Clivillé

Sandra Nogué, a constantly expanding scientist

The main lesson she has learned after 12 years of promoting research, teaching and collaborating with international and multidisciplinary teams is that the protagonists of

A small cabbage white (Pieris rapae) in La Trinitat Park, Barcelona. Thanks to its great mobility and non-specialized diet, it is one of the city’s most common butterfly species. Photo: Jordi Sánchez.
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Pau Guzmán

Connecting parks and gardens increases urban butterfly diversity

La població actual de papallones de Barcelona és homogènia i empobrida, però hi ha marge de millora fent una gestió del verd urbà que tingui en compte la connectivitat entre parcs. A la capital catalana, les espècies de papallones més escasses són les que tenen menys capacitat per viatjar i les més exigents pel que fa a la dieta.

Edward O. Wilson (1929–2021), Red Hills, Alabama, 2010. Photo by Beth Maynor Young.
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In memory of Edward O. Wilson

Olga Boet, Angham Daiyoub, Oriol Lapiedra and Daniel Sol recall the great legacy of the biologist and entomologist Edward Osborne Wilson, a source of inspiration for our field of study.