40 years of the adventure of Atapuerca

The history of science is full of random situations. In Atapuerca, nature set the conditions for time and life to accumulate, in a fossil state, in this sierra de Burgos. But it is not the result of the fate that the caves of the Sierra de Atapuerca, which house a…

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25 years recovering transhumance in Spain

The ecological importance of transhumance has never been adequately assessed, despite its extraordinary importance to conserve our most valuable ecosystems and ensure long-term sustainable management throughout the peninsular territory. A comparative study on the evolution of climate, vegetation, fauna and Hispanic cultures over time allows tracing the origins of current…

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‘Al Margen’, the artist who draws the defects of society

Nothing in this world is perfect and, our society, less. Social conventions, principles, values, norms, technology … all this is what ‘Al Margen’ illustrates through its sketches that represent some of the harsh realities of the society in which we are immersed. A dystopian reality through his illustrations. | Gallery…

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Spaniards spend four times less on culture than they spend in bars

After six years of decline, the figures for spending on culture have been growing again for the second year in a row. This is demonstrated by the Yearbook of Cultural Statistics for 2017 published by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports. Spending by Spanish households in culture rose by…

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