The report, published as the number 24 of the prestigious book series “Monographs of the National Museum and Research Centre of Altamira”, has been finally published and could be assessed directly by the international scientific community. This book constitutes the crowning of the studies conducted in the cave by a research team which began working […]
Photo: Erik van den Elsen
The Plenary Meeting of the project RECARE (Preventing and Remediating degradation of soils in Europe through Land Care) was held in Montegrotto (Padova, Italy) from March 16th to 20th. More than 50 partners of 18 countries attended the meeting.
The team of IRNAS presented results about the remediation of […]
Publicación del Volumen I.4 Residuos urbanos, de la Colección “De residuo a recurso: el camino hacia la sostenibilidad” de la Red Española de Compostaje (REC).
Canal Sur tv program “Espacio protegido” broadcasted last march 18th a report under the title of “The enemies of Cultural Heritage” in which Cesareo Saiz-Jimenez, IRNAS Research Professor, talked about the biodeterioration of cultural assets. In this program, he showed biodeterioration effects on three Sevillian elements of Cultural Heritage dated in the Roman times: […]
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The 2nd Research Seminar Cueva Pintada, under the title “The conservation at Cueva Pintada: new techniques for old challenges ” was held at Gáldar (Gran Canaria) the days 5 and 6 of March, developing the work sessions of the research team as well as moments for sharing with the public the studies to […]
The predicted increase of tree decline episodes as a consequence of temperature rise could have an important impact in forest regeneration dynamics, and therefore in the future composition of forests.
A research team in the IRNAS, with the collaboration of the University of Basel (Switzerland), has studied how cork oak (Q. […]
The Guadiamar Green Corridor (in Sevilla province) is one of the 17 case studies within the Euroepan project RECARE (2014-2018), which main aim is to find ways of assessing the current threats to soils and finding innovative solutions to prevent further soil degradation across Europe.
On February 19th 2015 we had […]
On 23th February, Dr. Jorge Rencoret, from the IRNAS research group “Lignocellulosic Materials of Industrial Interest” will impart a conference that will take place in Abengoa (Campus Palmas Altas) entitled “Plants Designed with Modified Lignins for their Improved Industrial Processing”.
Lignin is a complex phenolic polymer of the […]
The next 3rd European Biochar Summer School devoted to “Chemical and physical characterization of bio- and hydrochars and their application in the field” will take place in Seville (Spain), 1-6 March 2015.
This summer School will be organised by José María de la Rosa and Heike Knicker, researchers from IRNAS-CSIC, and is funded […]