Summer course ‘Bioethics today: unresolved questions’ with the University of Barcelona (2006)

Frequently, a technological advance in science leads to new ethical, moral and political challenges for society. Its implementation may lead to important cultural changes, not always in agreement with the established order and requiring a response by Law. Once the new policies have been enforced, however, new ethical problems arise which require new laws, always within… 2006

7ª edición - Palma de Mallorca, 8 y 9 de mayo de 2006

7th edition – Palma de Mallorca, May, 8-9 2006

The seventh edition of the seminars on How to write a scientific paper was held in Son Llàtzer’s Hospital, Palma de Mallorca (Spain), May 8-9 2006. These seminars on this topic are targeted to postgraduates in health sciences with the aim to improve their knowledge and skills to write and publish scientific papers. Dr. Esteve… 2006

6ª edición - Madrid, 18 y 19 de enero de 2006

6th edition – Madrid, January 18-19 2006

Alcorcón (Madrid) and Palma de Mallorca will host the sixth and seventh editions of the training seminars on How to Write a Scientific Article, organized by the Esteve Foundation. The first event will take place at the University Rey Juan Carlos in Alcorcón, next January 18 and 19, 2006. The second, at the Hospital Son… 2006

1st edition – Barcelona, December, 15-16 2005

All students shared one same concern: their fear of public speaking. Submitting a communication before an audience frequently becomes a nightmare that, sooner or later, any scientist must face. However, graduate training in biomedical areas not always provides students with the possibility of developing such an essential facet of their professional development. Many aspects must… 2005

Special Collaboration: IV Meeting of Ethics Committees for the Research in Spanish Universities (2005)

The yearly meeting of the Ethics Committees of the Spanish universities was held in November 2005. This edition, held at the Faculty of Medicine of the Autonomous University of Madrid, helped consolidate these meetings (four already: Sitges 2002, Murcia 2003, Granada 2004 and Madrid 2005). Again, the Esteve Foundation contributed to this initiative, ultimately intended… 2005

Aula El País: Lluís Quintana-Murci, de l’Institut Pasteur (París)

As part of the current presentation of The Genographic Project, a study sponsored by National Geographic and IBM is attempting to trace the human migration routes throughout history. Sitting astride anthropology and genetics, this is high-scale research: for five years, ten laboratories worldwide will work together with the same methodology to analyze more than 100,000 DNA samples… 2005