Emilio Muñoz. Instituto de Filosofía, CCHS, CSIC; Unidad de Investigación en Cultura Científica, CIEMAT
Dr. Héctor Peinado Head of the Microenvironment and Metastasis Group Spanish Oncologic Research Center (CNIO)
Santiago Rodríguez de Córdoba, Biological Research Centre (CSIC) and the Rare Disease Biomedical Research Networking Centre (CIBERER). Madrid, Spain
Rafael Giraldo y Germán Rivas Department of Cell and Molecular Biology Center of Biological Research - CSIC
Emilio Muñoz. Institute of Philosophy, CSIC and Unit of Research in Scientific Culture, CIEMAT
An introductory reflection
Once more, I will deal with the subject of intellectual evolutionary convergence. This time, however, under a new perspective, focused on strategy and results-oriented aspects.March 01, 2016 | Editorial
In May of 2015, I published in this platform an article offering a synthesis of the theory of evolution. In it, I formulated a new concept: NACE (NAture, Culture, Ethics), or the “sociability environment”, that I claimed plays a key role in the evolution processes. With that publication, I intended to put an end to years of research investigating the relationship between biology and economics, within the theoretical framework of evolution; a research that I felt compelled to do by the effects of the global economic and socio-political crisis that began in 2007-2008.January 11, 2016 | Editorial
César Ullastres. Independent Professional.
Isabel Fariñas. Department of Cell Biology at the University of Valencia. Center for Networked Biomedical Research (CIBER) in Neurodegenerative Diseases
The increased incidence of neurodegenerative diseases poises an important social problem. The ideal way to fight these diseases, with all of them being characterized by abnormal protein accumulation and progressive neuronal loss, would be to discover their causes and associated biomarkers with which to detect them in their early stages. Unfortunately, these diseases can only be diagnosed in their advanced stages, when large numbers of neurons have been lost. This is why neuron restoration through transplantation is regarded as a reasonable therapeutic approach.August 28, 2015 | New Pathways
Juan A. Bueren. Division of Innovative Therapies. CIEMAT and CIBER of Rare Diseases. Mixed Unit for Advanced Therapies. IIS Fundación Jiménez Díaz (UAM)/CIEMAT.
Emilio Muñoz. Institute of Philosophy, Centre for Human and Social Sciences (CCHS), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Scientific Culture Research Unit, CIEMAT.