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An IBM quantum computer at Ikerbasque in San Sebastian

Ordenador cuántico IBM de 127 Qubits intanado en Ikerbasque de Donostia
For most of us mere mortals, which definitely includes us, the term "quantum computer" sound more like science fiction than science fact.  But we...

Our contribution on the International Day of Women and Girls in...

Guillermina (Izd.) y Rebeca (Dch.)Uribe Bone. Respectivamente primera ingeniera civil y primera ingeniera química de Colombia
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we recall four women connected to our country who have stood out in the world of science

Father Arrupe in the Bombing of Hiroshima and the Basque who...

El Padre Arrupe en Japon
76 years ago, the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, where Basque Jesuit priest Pedro Arrupe was

The secret of the cloud on Mars that has been revealed...

Esta imagen de Marte del 24 de septiembre muestra la nube cerca del volcán Arsia Mons. ESA /
A group of researchers at the University of the Basque Country have uncovered a secret about the cloud that regularly appears on Mars

The Basque origins of two pioneers in engineering in Colombia

Guillermina (Izd.) y Rebeca (Dch.)Uribe Bone. Respectivamente primera ingeniera civil y primera ingeniera química de Colombia
An article in "El Tiempo de Colombia" about two important engineers there, relatives of a Basque immigrant

The Basque Government and the OEI sign an alliance to promote...

The Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu and the Secretary General of the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), Mariano Jabonero,
The Basque Government and the OEI have signed an important agreement for Basque collaboration in education, science, and culture in Ibero-America

The decline of grazing threatens the existence of Idiazabal cheese

Rebaño de oveja latxa (Lactiker / UPV / EHU)
Mulitdisciplinary research group Lactiker at the Univ. of the Basque Country is looking into traditional grazing and the future of Idiazabal cheese

The EU assigns €9.3M to a Basque-US group investigating the origins...

Synergy; Fernando Cossio, Juanjo Gomez Cadenas, Roxanne Guenette
A team fo researchers at Basque scientific institutions, along with the participation of Harvard University, have received the first ERC Synergy grant given to the Basque Country by the European Research Council

A Navarrese microbiologist puts the coronavirus into perspective. Less panic...

Coronavirus Covid-19
Ignacio López-Goñi is a Navarre-born microbiologist and scientist with a PhD in Biology from the University of Navarre.  The World Economic Forum has just published...

The Basque geologist who discovered where the remains of Hiroshima are

Hiroshima, before and after the atom bomb (ibiblio.org/Public domain)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This is one of those stories that causes anguish in the soul.  We know we don't need to...