Prensa y periódicos …

Entrevista con Emiliano Bruner
(Excodra, 2018)

Para ser un genio
(Correo de Burgos, 2017)

Ciencia, música y divulgación
(BurgosConecta 2017)

Entre fósiles y cerebros
(Periódico de Atapuerca, 2017)

Áreas parietales superiores, las grandes olvidadas
(Mente y Cerebro, 2016)

Europa y Asia
(Correo de Burgos, 2016)

Cerebro humano, cerebro chimpancé
(Madri+D, 2016)

El precúneo: el ojo de la mente
(Adelantos, 2016)

Mano y piedra
(Museo de la Evolución Humana, 2015)

Miopía, alzheimer, peajes de nuestro cerebro moderno
(La Vanguardia, 2015)

Cráneos y cerebros
(La Nueva España, 2015)

Tres manos para los Neandertales
(Museo de la Evolución Humana, 2014)

Los nombres escritos en las rocas
(Museo de la Evolución Humana, 2013)

Evolución y Alzheimer
(Museo de la Evolución Humana, 2013)

Paleoneurobiología
(La Nueva Ilustración Evolucionista, 2013)

Evolución y Alzheimer
(El Diario Montañés, 2013)

La evolución cerebral de los homínidos
(Investigación y Ciencia, 2012)

Música y ciencia
(Diario de Burgos, 2013)

Paleoneurología
(Correo de Burgos, 2012)

La forma del cerebro
(Correo de Burgos, 2011)

El Museo de Historia Natural Lopez de Mendoza
(Diario de Burgos, 2011)

Cortar y tirar
(Juventud Rebelde, 2011)

Paleoneurobiología
(Fundaciòn Atapuerca, 2011)

El proyecto CENIEH
(Correo de Burgos, 2009)

La relación entre cerebro y cráneo
(Diario de Burgos, 2009)

Paleoneurología al CENIEH
(Diario de Burgos, 2007)

Radio, televisión …

El cerebro de los homínidos
(Arqueomanía, 2018)

Neuroplasticidad
(La Teoria de la Mente, 2018)

La evolución tiene límites
(No es un día cualquiera, 2017)

Viernes de música
(Cadena SER, 2017)

AlegríaTristezaMiedo
(La Teoria de la Mente, 2017)

Música y Cerebro
(La Teoria de la Mente, 2016)

Música y ciencia
(Principio de Incertidumbre, 2016)

Paleoneurología
(La Linterna de Diógenes, 2015)

Arqueomanía (I)
Arqueomanía (II)
Arqueomanía (III)
(Documental, 2013 – TVE2)

Estudiando el cerebro de los homínidos
(Radio Euskadi – Entrevista, 2012)

¿Qué sabemos del cerebro de nuestros antepasados?
(Museo de la Evolución Humana – Vídeo, 2012)

 

 

 

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In Italiano

La mente oltre il cranio
(Intervista – Letture.org, 2019)

I colori della dignità
(Città della Scienza, 2016)

Alzheimer e complessità cerebrale
(La Stampa, 2015)

La neurogenesi di Gaia: scienza e informazione digitale
(Scienza e Società 17/18)

Neuroscienze ed evoluzione umana
(Left, 2009)

In silico biology
(Antrocom, 2005)

Cervelli rifugiati
(Ulisse, 2007)

Me-mento
(Pikaia, 2013)

La scimmia assassina
(Pikaia, 2012)

Piltdown: anatomia funzionale della frode
(Pikaia, 2011)

Cacciatori di dinosauri
(Sironi Editore, 2004)

Seduzione e Bellezza: evoluzione di genere
(Galileo)

 

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