The scientific sector and the in/dependence of Catalonia

Last week the Scientists Dating Forum (SciDF) held a debate on the future of the scientific sector in case of independence in Catalonia. Speakers were Josep M. Vilalta, expert in university policies and R&D management, Pere Puigdomènech, research professor at CRAG-CSIC, Lluís Rovira, director of I-CERCA, and Enric Banda, senior advisor at the Barcelona Supercomputing … Continue reading The scientific sector and the in/dependence of Catalonia

Yet another obvious political and linguistic attack from Spain to Catalonia

Spanish Minister of Education, José Ignacio Wert, has different standards when judging Catalan or Spanish. And if he can harm Catalan economy in the process, what’s not to love? It’s not the first time that I’ve mentioned the attacks to linguistic immersion at school, a model that ensures the proper preservation of Catalan and which … Continue reading Yet another obvious political and linguistic attack from Spain to Catalonia

Have you heard about the Catalan Way? — International news

The 11th of September is the Catalan national day — the day when the Spanish forces defeated the Catalan resistance in Barcelona in 1714 — and things have been happening the last years on this date. But don't read my biased opinion, read the international news — probably also biased. – The Wall Street Journal, Catalan … Continue reading Have you heard about the Catalan Way? — International news