The Barcelona Design Week reaches its 17th edition with the objectives of showing the transformative capacity of design in the face of the unprecedented changes we are experiencing in the social, economic, ecological and cultural spheres, and bringing the world of design closer to the public.
The Machine Person cycle includes twelve activities that deal with Artificial Intelligence and creation and includes talks, courses, readings, exhibitions and very diverse shows.
El Born Centro de Cultura y Memoria, con la colaboración del Istituto Italiano di Cultura de Barcelona y el Centro Internazionale di Studi Primo Levi, dedica un ciclo de homenaje al resistente antifascista Primo Levi.
The Universitat de Barcelona organizes routes to learn about the history and the main architectural spaces of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the complex located next to the Hospital Clínic dating from 1906.
The City Council has launched the Barcelona International Welcome Desk, the new office for welcoming international talent, aimed at researchers, university students, investors, entrepreneurs, and highly qualified professionals.
AQU Catalunya, together with the ”la Caixa” Foundation, has opened the Catalan Talent Observatory portal, which analyses jobs offered online in Catalonia, to the public.
Promoted by the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and with the participation of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), will be dedicated to biomedicine, biodiversity and planetary well-being.
The European Union has designated 287 million € for the creation of new European universities, with the goal of creating a European area of quality higher education that will be more attractive and accessible. The Universitat de Barcelona (UB) heads up one of these alliances, CHARM-EU.
Catalunya Ràdio users can now listen to the Catalan News podcast on the digital platform of the station, "Filling the Sink", which is released every Saturday and lasts about 20 minutes. In addition, it can also be listened on the catalannews.com site and on the main podcast platforms, such as Spotify, Apple Podcast and Google Podcast.
Palau Guell will open its doors for free on the first Sunday of each month.