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Núria Jar

Núria Jar is a journalist specialising in science, health, and the environment. She works with the TV3 programme Planta Baixa and RAC1’s Via Lliure as well as writing articles for La Vanguardia, Muy Interesante and the SINC Agency. She is coordinator of the radio workshop of the master’s degree in Scientific Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University and of the Revista 5W podcast. She has also worked with El País, Scientific American in Spanish, TVE’s El Cazador de Cerebros, Catalunya Ràdio, and COMRàdio, as well as other media outlets. She has received several awards for her work, among them the 2017 Concha García Campoy Prize for Scientific Journalism, in the category of print media, and the Silver Medal in the Malofiej international awards for her report on the physics of human castles, which was published in La Vanguardia in 2016.

Update: 11 May 2020


Has participated in

A conversation with Ricard Solé and Núria Jar

Virus, Ecosystems and Pandemic: The Challenge of Understanding Complexity

A morning with Mara Dierssen

Pathologies of Ageing: Parkinson's disease

Lecture by Miquel Vila

Present and future of Artificial Intelligence

Lecture by Hector Geffner