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En Español

Antropológica Mente
(Investigación y Ciencia)

Emiliano Bruner
(Jot Down)

Entre fósiles y cerebros
(Periódico de Atapuerca, 2017)

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

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

Europa y Asia
(Correo de Burgos, 2016)

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

Música y ciencia (entrevista radio)
(Principio de Incertidumbre, 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)

Divulgación científica y medios digitales
(Divulgación: innovación en la enseñanza de las ciencias, 2015)

Paleoneurología (entrevista radio)
(La Linterna de Diógenes, 2015)

Cráneos y cerebros
(La Nueva España, 2015)

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

Ciencia y comunicación
(Comunicación Social de la Ciencia, 2013)

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)

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

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

Música y ciencia
(Diario de Burgos, 2013)

Paleoneurología
(Correo de Burgos, 2012)

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

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

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In Italiano

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)

In silico biology
(Antrocom)

Cervelli rifugiati
(Ulisse)

Me-mento
(Pikaia)

La scimmia assassina
(Pikaia)

Piltdown: anatomia funzionale della frode
(Pikaia)

Cacciatori di dinosauri
(Sironi Editore)

Seduzione e Bellezza: evoluzione di genere
(Galileo)

Ulisse …
L’etnia nella voce
Ulisse: intervista a Emiliano Bruner
Animalicidi
Anelli e cespugli
Evoluzioni d’amore

Interviste in …
Piccola Lucy
Un nuovo tassello nell’evoluzione
Il lobo che fa la differenza
Teste ai raggi X
E se fosse un gorilla?


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