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How can we justify crimes committed by psychopaths? New neuroimaging techniques allow us to identify the differences among people with mental disorders that alter their ability to act correctly.


B·Debate brings 17 international experts to Barcelona to debate current scientific knowledge on issues like sociability, responsibility and criminality on 12 and 13 November.


The third debate in the ‘Feeding the world’ debate series offered by B·Debate and the CCCB will be held Monday at 7:30 pm. The guest speaker is Wilhelm Gruissem, professor of Plant Biotechnology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (Switzerland).


The second debate in the series ‘Feeding the world’ organized by B·Debate and the CCCB will be held today at 7:30 pm. The guest speaker is Stefano Padulosi, researcher at Biodiversity International, a member of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research consortium.


These debates, open to the general public, aim to address society’s concerns regarding how we should eat, the safety of the products we buy and whether biotechnology can help create a healthier and more socially just food system.


HIVACAT is a Catalan program that has been working to develop a therapeutic and preventative HIV vaccine since 2006.


B·Debate and CRAG are bringing together top researchers in plant genomics in Barcelona from 9 to 11 October in order to take steps forward in improving plant genetics.


The fourth annual meeting of this knowledge and research network on preventing, diagnosing and curing muscle and tendon injuries is being held on 2 and 3 October at Camp Nou.


Debates in Barcelona, with collaboration from B•Debate, featuring Nobel Laureate in Physics Frank Wilczek and renowned philosopher of Science Daniel Dennett.


A team of more than 400 scientists, including some from the CRG and CNAG in Barcelona, reveal that 95% of “junk DNA” is useful and important.