FOR THE SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS
The BIOMA Center will be a space for research with an interdisciplinary vision, a place for meeting with diverse experts with critical thinking as the driving force in the search for truth and with the participation of citizens.
"Our goal is to address questions core topic about the nature and future of the planet under a approach multidisciplinary meetingThe research university and the administration, business and society".
JESÚS MIGUEL SANTAMARÍA
Director from Biodiversity and Environment Institute of the University of Navarra
WITH FOCUS AND IMPACT
It seeks lasting solutions to environmental challenges, placing people, care for the environment, the common good and the transcendent dimension of environmental issues at the center.
The research of the BIOMA Center is carried out by interdisciplinary teams that include experts in biology, Chemistry, physical geology, law, sociology, agriculture, technology, Philosophy, geography, architecture, Economics... Their vision and knowledge are necessary to apply a holistic approach to the problems and provide consensual and comprehensive solutions.
CLOSE TO SOCIETY
Bringing the knowledge generated by the University closer to society requires the participation of citizens in scientific procedures and the environmental Education . It is also necessary to clearly, truthfully and ethically disseminate the results of the research.
high school OF BIODIVERSITY
The Biodiversity and Environment Institute investigates questions core topic on nature and the future of the planet under a approach multidisciplinary . It aspires to become a point of meeting between the university research and the administration, business and society.
RESEARCHERS WITH EXPERTISE IN BIODIVERSITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
RESEARCH ACTIVE PROJECTS
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS WITH SOCIAL IMPACT
The Biodiversity and Environment Institute seeks to promote environmental Education and citizen participation, transmitting positive messages based on the scientific and technological knowledge . Learn about its main areas of study:
Samples and area-based data are collected to study the functioning of ecosystems. The goal is to ensure the sustainability of managed systems.
ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT
Issues such as pollution, agricultural inputs and activity, changes in land use, water quality... are addressed. The goal is to investigate how human activity affects different types of ecosystems.
GLOBAL CHANGE AND BIODIVERSITY
The challenge consists of studying and understanding the processes that lead to global environmental change in order to reduce its effects and promote the conservation of ecosystems.
We study the narrative forms used to address environmental issues, taking as reference letter quality products developed by producers from both Spain and other countries.
"We do research to respond to major environmental challenges. At the University of Navarra, the culture of dialogue and partnership make it possible to develop a research multidisciplinary at the service of the common good."
INMACULADA PASCUAL ELIZALDE
Vice-Dean of the School of Science University of Navarra
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EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY ROOMS