UB current events
Third-language level tests for first-year bachelor students
The initiative will be used for the following planning of actions to promote third languages in the university community.
Peanut consumption and vascular health
Study shows beneficial effects of peanut consumption on vascular health in young, healthy people.
XVII Fira de Ciències i Enginyeries
The Historical Building talks to us
Honorary doctorate ceremony for Joan Manuel Serrat and Maria del Mar Bonet
The singer-songwriters Joan Manuel Serrat and Maria del Mar Bonet were awarded the honorary doctorate by the University of Barcelona on March 6, 2023, in a ceremony that took place at 12:00 in the Paranimph of the Historical Building. The honorary doctorate is the highest award that the UB grants to a person, in recognition of their merits and their career in the academic, scientific or cultural field; of its values, and of its special link with the University
Codi Personal: Ricard Sant Vicente
Audiovisual series in which we present the opinions and personal traits of UB academics who have stood out for their professional careers and the passion with which they have transmitted their knowledge. Professor, translator and essayist Ricard San Vicente talks to us about Russian literature and reality.
Tuberculosis: Why is it still a public health problem?
On March 24, 1882, Robert Koch announced the discovery of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis: Mycobacterium tuberculosis (better known as Koch's bacillus). Every March 24, World Tuberculosis Day reminds us that this infectious disease is still one of the deadliest today. In this episode of #Aborddelbeagle, expert Ignasi Madrid, from the Medicines Development Service of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Sciences of the University of Barcelona, highlights the impact that tuberculosis still has around the world.
The Energy Savings Plan is everyone's business, get involved!
Gisele Camuñas, head of the new Student Council
We speak with Gisele Camuñas, student of the double degree in Law and Political Sciences and new secretary of the Student Council. She tells us what are the main goals that she and the Permanent Commission have set for the short term.
"Taking the CHARM-EU master's degree has been a vital experience"
Itziar Salazar and Marina Rovira are two of the first graduates of the Master's in Global Challenges for Sustainability. The fact of putting the student at the center, the commitment to inclusion and the mobility options of these studies are the aspects that they value most.
Do you know the "3-minute thesis" and "4-minute thesis" contests?
If you are doing your doctorate at the University of Barcelona and think you could explain your thesis in a few minutes, this podcast will interest you. Maria Feliu, Gemma Marfany and Alba Ortega explain what these competitions are all about.