LEARNING online

The pandemic may prove the catalyst for a major paradigm shift in the world of education

SALVADOR MACIP
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“Covid-19 is a wake-up call”

The professor and scientific researcher at the University of Leicester warns that the coronavirus pandemic must be used to prepare for the possible appearance of an even more dangerous microorganism in the future

Juan Pablo Horcajada
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“Too little has been spent on preventing epidemics”

Dr Horcajada argues that the speciality of infectious diseases has not received the attention it deserves and that a change of mindset is needed to help prevent the threats from epidemics and even bioterrorism

A gold mine?

Cannabis is more than just a recreational drug, it is also a focus of medical research and a prospect for investors

Zdgt and Bst

Open a Quim Monzó book and odds are you laugh out loud. He is sarcastic and outrageous. He examines with X-ray precision his characters, who spin in a maelstrom of emotions and instincts, disconnected and disoriented

Festivals without a date

The Covid-19 crisis has left the schedule of summer festivals up in the air. At this time, the promoters do not know if the events can be held or under what conditions, and some have already decided to cancel this year’s editions

Marcela Topor
Marcela Topor

The Illusion of Singular Greatness

viewpoint / brett hetherington

WEIGHTLESS

tribune / Oriol Martinez Alòs-Moner

How the pandemic is MAGNIFYING Spain’s failures

Barney Griffiths
THE CULTURAL TIGHTROPE
Barney Griffiths

Taking stock

Martin Kirby
HEADING FOR THE HILLS
Martin Kirby

Keeping quiet

Matthew Tree
Long-term resident
Matthew Tree

Ringing in the new

THE LAST WORD

The shirt off my back

Reclaim your heritage
THE CULTURAL TIGHTROPE

Reclaim your heritage

Frida
HEADING FOR THE HILLS

Frida

Lurkers
Long-term resident

Lurkers

Ingrid Teixidor
Celler Oliveda

Ingrid Teixidor

Joan Mateu
Painter

Making the ordinary extraordinary

Basketmaker
Tortellà (Garrotxa)

Dani Iglesias

Actors, co-founders of escapade theatre
(Barcelona)

Sue Flack & Caspar

Laura Calçada
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A city of diversity

JULIETA SIEBER-GUARDIOLA
Julieta studied architecture at the ETSAB and moved to Switzerland in 1995.

A dynamic city

Dolors Ferrés López
Studie geology at the UAB and had her first job at the Natural Park of the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone.

City of eternal spring

Maria Miguel Cuadra
Managment company

“They think differently”

SALVADOR MACIP
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“Covid-19 is a wake-up call”

Juan Pablo Horcajada
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“Too little has been spent on preventing epidemics”

A gold mine?

oceania

Jaume Ripoll
Cofounder and editorial director of Filmin

“We’re not in competition with cinemas”

Xavier Moratonas
Founder and Head of Lu2

“Playing with the family helps us to communicate again”

Sílvia Bel
Actor

“Keeping up in this profession is much harder for a woman”

Joan Canadell
President of the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce

“We don’t want any firm to go under”

Zdgt and Bst

SHAKESPEARE: sex and angels

LOVE IN TIMES OF FASCISM

Hanging around in train stations

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through...Tarragona

Basket
Text: CUINA MAGAZINE Photo: Anna García Frigola

Baix Llobregat cherries

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through D.O. Pla de Bages

Basket
Text: CUINA MAGAZINE Photo: Anna García Frigola

Garrotxa’s pride

Blockchain, far beyond bitcoin

The never-ending search for digital talent

Mar Gutiérrez-Colón
PHD in English Philology (URV) and head of the team developing the new Art of Reading application

Learning English through fun

Smart Heritage

Blanes, 2019
Photo: oriol duran

Make way for the Carnival King!

Horrorland, Cercs 2018
Photo: ACN

Are you ready for the fright of your life?

Festa major in Banyoles
Photo: Sara Cabarrocas

A cause for celebration

Llorenç del Penedès
Photo: Courtesy of town council

Night of fire and witches