Image: Alex Heuvink, in Unsplash. Public domain.
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Adriana Clivillé

Germany, Belgium, the USA, France and Panama, some of the scientific collaborations within CREAF mobility program

The Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany), the University of Ambers (Belgium), the University of Oklahoma (USA) and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (Panama) are some CREAF’s mobility destinatons. The proposal also includes the visit of 4 researchers from INRAe and the Research Institute for Development (France) and the universities of California Davis and Colorado (USA).

Miño River as it passes through Galicia. Image: Alejandro Piñero Amerio (Wikimedia Commons).
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Anna Ramon

Climate change impacts how rivers breathe

A study recently published in Nature led by an international team in which CREAF postdoctoral researcher Lluis Gómez Gener has participated, shows that river ecosystems play a valuable role in the exchange of greenhouse gases and, consequently, in the study of global climate change.

The recognition of a research group is an indicator of its excellence because its criteria are very demanding. Image: CREAF.
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Adriana Clivillé

CREAF research, boosted by AGAUR recognition

Up to 8 research groups linked to CREAF have been recognised in the latest call for applications by the Agency for the Management of University and Research Grants (AGAUR) of the Catalan Government. Aquest reconeixement és un indicador de l’excel·lència del centre i els seus investigadors i investigadores.

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