The new exhibition ‘AstrónomAs’ focuses on women who have dedicated their nights and days to the study of astronomy.
Apps to introduce you to astronomy
Our app selection to introduce you to the world of astronomy are:
Here are the winners of the drawing contest “Draw your own Asteroid!” 2021
From the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona (ICCUB) we are very pleased to announce the winners of the drawing contest “Draw your own Asteroid!” 2021.
4th Symposium on Space Educational Activities
The 4th Symposium on Space Educational Activites (SSEA2022)
Calendar of activities
Collide Info Day
Dark matter, the formation of galaxies, and gravitational lenses
The existence of dark matter in the Universe has been corroborated by a great diversity of observations.
A new way of seeing the Universe with Gaia
The astronomer of the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona (ICCUB-IEEC) Carme Jordi will offer the conference "A new way of seeing the Universe with Gaia" ne
IX UB Science Fest
The researcher Héctor Gil Marín comments on the first 3D map of the Universe
Interviewing Licia Verde: a distinguished career in precision cosmology
The biggest tridimensional map of the Univers
Roberto Emparan explains in Ràdio Sant Cugat the last object detected by LIGO/Virgo
Josep Manel Carrasco becomes a regular collaborator of the "Fet a Mida" television program
The researcher of the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the UB, Josep Manel Carrasco, joins the team of the local television programme Fet a Mida with a fortnightly scientific dissemination section.
Francesca Figueras at the radio programme La Nit dels Ignorants: "The probability of receiving a sign of life is very low"
After many years of sending messages into outer space, have we received any response? What is the probability of receiving a signal or response from another planet?
Researcher Toni Santana-Ros collaborates with the DART mission to deflect an asteroid from its orbit
Bits of interplanetary dust and rock hit Earth all the time. Most of these are harmless and burn up in our planet’s atmosphere. Occasionally, some bigger objects make it through, causing local damage or, in extreme cases, massive devastation. But with the right technology and knowledge of asteroids’ orbits, scientists can anticipate and prevent an impact by defecting an asteroid just enough to avoid a collision.
The ICCUB will attend the 2022 XVI UB Trade Fair
The Institute of Cosmos Sciences will attend the XVI UB Trade Fair next Wednesday, May 4th, among one hundred other companies. The philosophy of this event is to foster knowledge transfer and lower the barrier between academia and industry to tackle the challenges of our society.