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  • Understanding what leads to lung disease

    CREAL researchers participate in ALEC project

    Monday, November 16th, 2015

    Understanding what leads to lung disease

    Scientists don't know all of the reasons why some people are more susceptible to lung disease than others - something that the EU-funded ALEC project is seeking to find out. 

  • BioCloud, a new startup with CREAL participation

    The newborn startup BioCloud aims to provide cloud solutions for bioinformatic challenges

    Thursday, November 12th, 2015

    BioCloud, a new startup with CREAL participation

    A new startup has been created with the participation of Juan Ramón González, group leader of the Bioinformatic Unit at CREAL, as scientific and technical advisor.

  • Workshop on Citizen Science for Evaluating Air Quality

    The workshop takes part of the Science Week program

    Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

    Workshop on Citizen Science for Evaluating Air Quality

    CREAL organizes at the Biblioteca Sagrada Familia an introductory workshop on citizen science for evaluating air quality in Barcelona.

  • Residential green spaces decrease the risk of cardiovascular mortality

    CREAL and ISGlobal researchers perform a systematic review of studies on health in cities

    Monday, November 9th, 2015

    Residential green spaces decrease the risk of cardiovascular mortality

    This review, published in Environment International and carried out by CREAL and ISGlobal researchers, supports the hypothesis that living in areas with higher amounts of green spaces reduces mortality, mainly cardiovascular diseases.

  • PhD Students From ISGlobal and CREAL Attend Second Joint Doctoral Symposium

    The aim of the scientific symposium is to train doctoral students in a vital aspect of their work—the presentation and defence of their research

    Friday, November 6th, 2015

    PhD Students From ISGlobal and CREAL Attend Second Joint Doctoral Symposium

    The aim of the scientific symposium is to train doctoral students in a vital aspect of their work—the presentation and defence of their research

  • Massive study to follow 80,000 British babies cancelled

    News published in Nature

    Friday, October 30th, 2015

    Massive study to follow 80,000 British babies cancelled

    Why are important the birth-cohort studies in global health? What consequences could have the recently cancellations of this kind of studies?

  • Diesel Debate: "Cars must be removed from the street"

    Moderated by Cristina Ribas (ACCC) and David Rojas (CREAL) and with interventions of Jordi Sunyer (CREAL), Xavier Querol (CSIC) and Francisco González Balmas (STA)

    Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

    Diesel Debate:

    Around 100 people attended the debate on the environmental consequences on public health and the diesel fraud, organized by the CREAL.

  • Barcelona brings together the main international experts in citizen science

    CREAL participates with CITI-SENSE and ESAIRE projects.

    Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

    Barcelona brings together the main international experts in citizen science

    More than a hundred scientists and experts from Europe, USA and Australia will meet the next 28th, 29th and 30th October, 2015 in Barcelona to celebrate the third General Assembly of the European Association of Citizen Science (ECSA, European Citizen Science Association). CREAL researchers, an ISGlobal allied center, participate with CITI-SENSE and ESAIRE projects.

  • Lessons learned from the nuclear and chemical accidents

    OPERRA scientific meetings in CREAL review latest studies on health and psychosocial consequences of nuclear and chemical accidents

    Thursday, October 22th, 2015

    Lessons learned from the nuclear and chemical accidents

    OPERRA scientific meetings in CREAL review latest studies on health and psychosocial consequences of nuclear and chemical accidents

  • Study provides more precise estimates of cancer risks associated with prolonged low level radiation exposure

    Press release

    Thursday, October 22th, 2015

    Study provides more precise estimates of cancer risks associated with prolonged low level radiation exposure

    Results strengthen the foundation for current radiation protection standards


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