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Farewell from Basque Research

Today is the last day for the Basque Research web site. What has been, since 2002, an Elhuyar project with Basque Government support, has come to an end.

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Exosomes involved in tissue and organ formation

Exosomes are tiny vesicles secreted by the cell exterior of almost all cell types which make up the organism.

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Iñaki Alegria Loinaz

The network which initiated the UEU has been very important for me, both at a personal level and at an academic one
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Forthcoming Basque Research events

  • 2015 International Spring University on Ecosystem Services Modeling

    • 07/04/15 - 17/04/15 09:00-17:00
    • Ikastaroa

    The Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) in collaboration with Conservation International, the University of Vermont and Earth Economics, is announcing the 2015 edition of the International Spring University on Ecosystem Services Modeling.

    The International Spring University on Ecosystem Services (ES) Modeling is the third edition of an annual 2-week intensive course that aims to build a new generation of actors, in research, policy and management, who can profitably use ecosystem services models to address and solve sustainability problems. In its very successful second edition, launched in the Spring of 2014, a large number of applications were received, from professionals in the field, academics and governmental actors.

    The course follows a problem-based paradigm, in which advanced Ecosystem Services modeling techniques are learned from both theoretical discussion and practice.

    During two weeks of intensive instruction, participan

  • Introductory Course to Glial Cell Function in Health and Disease

    • 14/07/15 9:00 - 18:00
    • Ikastaroa

    This introductory course is intended for younger researchers on neuroglia, but is also opened to researchers willing to expand their knowledge about the glia and its functions.