Atomium Culture

Atomium Culture

The Permanent Platform of Atomium Culture brings together some of the most authoritative universities, newspapers and businesses in Europe to increase the movement of knowledge: across borders, across sectors and to the public at large.
La plataforma permanente Atomium Culture reúne a las universidades, periódicos y empresas más prestigiosos de Europa para promover el flujo del conocimiento más allá de fronteras, entre sectores y hacia el público en general.

About us

Leading young European researchers have been selected by European research universities and the Scientific and Editorial Committees of AC to write an article about their work and the potential impact of this.

GPS Contribution to Earthquake Studies

Por: | 26 de enero de 2013


By Gabriele Colosimo of the University of Rome, La Sapienza 

 In recent years, several researches have demonstrated the effective use of GPS in studying earthquakes. VADASE, developed at the University of Rome La Sapienza, today provides a real cost-effective solution.

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Fuzzy logic in science, law and ethics

Por: | 22 de enero de 2013

By Yiouli Papaioannou of the University of Athens

The introduction of the notions of uncertainty and vagueness has allowed people to expand the limits of human logic; thereby, paving the way to an enhanced perception of reality and to a logic foundation that includes the notions of certainty, truth and falsehood. 

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New research sheds light on cause of tumor spread

Por: | 20 de enero de 2013


By Dr. Angela Nieto, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Metastasis causes more than 90% of cancer deaths. When cancer cells break away from the original tumor, they spread through the body, anchor to other organs, and built new tumors called metastasis. New scientific research has found that the cellular component Prrx1 prevents cancer cells lodge in other organs and, therefore, generate new sources of cancer.

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Observing the Earth from the Stars

Por: | 17 de enero de 2013

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By Andrea Nascetti of the University of Rome, La Sapienza 

Four hundred years after Galileo built and used a telescope to observe the night sky, "new telescopes" are taken to the stars in order to better observe the earth.  


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Capturing the Power of the Sea

Por: | 12 de enero de 2013

By Christophe Serre of the University of Barcelona

A new technology recently developed by the University of Barcelona to generate electricity from the movement of the sea is ready for commercial use.

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Happiness Test

Por: | 07 de enero de 2013

By José Luis Ayuso-Mateos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

In collaboration with the World Health Organization, Spanish researchers have design and validated a short versión of the so called ‘Day Reconstruction Method’, a test developed to assess affective states in people by the Economy Nobel Prize Daniel Kahneman.

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Protein Classification by Artificial Intelligence Techniques

Por: | 07 de enero de 2013


By Alessandra Lumini, University of Bologna

As a consequence of advancements in genome sequencing technology, there is a large amount of biological data available in public databases. This data can prove very useful in the important field of bioinformatics—in particular, the area of research involving protein classification.

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Aristocratic life and culture in late antiquity

Por: | 03 de enero de 2013


By Emmanuelle Raga, FNRS - Université Libre de Bruxelles

The importance of food habits and food ideologies in shedding light on the enigmatic period of transformation of the Roman World.

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