Jorge Yeregui (Santander, 1975) has been announced the winner of the Pilar Citoler International Photography Award and, as a result, of the 15,000 euro prize money at which the Award is valued. The winning piece, ‘El Valle. Piscina Municipal, Lobres’, convinced the judging panel composed of Pilar Citoler, photographers  María Bleda and José María Rosa, the gallery director of the Galería Fúcares Norberto Dotor, theorist and art critic Alfonso de la Torres; and Karen Knorr, winner of the last edition of the award. The winning work of art has been presented in the press room of the vice-chancellor’s office of the University of Cordoba in the presence of the vice-rector for students and culture, Manuel Torres Aguilar; collector Pilar Citoler; and the Award secretary, Carmen Jareño López.

Researchers at the University of Cordoba and the CSIC (Granada) (the Spanish National Research Council) discover the existence of the flower, originally from Turkey and national symbol of Holland, in botanical handbooks from the 11th century. The publication of their results in ‘Economic Botany’ surprises the scientific community.

Research reveals the origin and consequences of the illness that killed hundreds of Andalusians in the late 15th century 

La profesora Carmen Portero participa en un equipo internacional que adopta un modelo gramatical complejo para explorar los mecanismos por los que se crean palabras nuevas en las lenguas

El evento, organizado por la UCO y el Ayuntamiento de Espejo, se ha desarrollado en esta localidad, de donde era oriunda su familia

Una reunión pone en común los avances en arqueología clásica en la península ibérica

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