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Basques are “invisible” even to themselves.  In memoriam: Daniel “the Indian”...

In Memorian: Daniel Barandiaran
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In our daily search for news from around the world that mentions the Basques, we found an article...

Do we Basques need to take a closer look at our...

Universidad de Navarra
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Last August, the Academic ranking of World Universities (ARWU) for 2017 was published, and it placed the University...

‘Science’: You don’t win any races dancing, even when you’re an...

Fotografía que ilustra el símil de un electrón atrapado “bailando” alrededor del núcleo atómico. (Créditos - Fotografía: López de Zubiría / Dirección de arte: Santos Bregaña / Bailarina: Itsaso Gabellanes)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Science magazine has just published a study on the behavior of electrons that is having a huge impact...

A study at the Hospital of Navarre on coffee: the topic...

Estudio sobre el café. Hospital de Navarra
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Yes, we’re sure that this week, millions of people around the world have been discussing this study on...

The Basque Country has it blue wine, and it’s being talked...

Gïk el vino azul hecho desde el Pais Vasco
This article was translated by John R. Bopp It’s called Gik, and yes, it’s wine and it’s blue, an intense blue with which its creators want...

Nature and MIT present breakthroughs in the Google quantum computer that...

Grupo de investigacion QUTIS de la UPV/EHU
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The magazine MIT Technology Review, which, as its name indicates, is a journal for this university in Cambridge...

An “Unnamed Peak” in Nepal has been conquered by a Basque...

La ruta "Burning Kharkas" hasta la cima del "pico sin Nombre" en el Himalaya nepalí
  It seems incredible that in the day and age of Google Maps and “we can see the front door of any house in the...