Recent refereed papers
A great travel through the Universe for the little ones. Cat and Dog are very curious characters that will ask the astrophysicist Nanda Rea a lot of questions about the cosmos.
Co-written by Guillem Anglada, this illustrated book show how life in Mars would be. A travel from the Earth to the red planet to discover how a new daily life would look like in another planet. Available in Spanish and Catalan.
Josep M. Trigo-Rodríguez's book, published by Springer Link, seeks to underscore the need for society-wide awareness of the dangers associated with asteroid and comet impacts, on the basis of scientific evidence and with no intention of sparking alarmism.
Josep M. Trigo-Rodríguez's book, published by Edicions UB in Catalan explains how minor planets and comets arrive, how often they arrive, what consequences they have had and to what extent they have contributed to the formation of the Earth.
Josep M. Trigo-Rodríguez's book, published by Edicions UB in Spanish explains how minor planets and comets arrive, how often they arrive, what consequences they have had and to what extent they have contributed to the formation of the Earth.
Emilio Elizalde's last book, published by Springer Link, describes how we actually got to know about the origin and expansion of our universe, and shows in a masterful way how research sheds new light on the paths of progress.
A tribute book to Katherine Johnson, the great mathematician who helped NASA make the space program a wonderful success, co-written by ICE postdoctoral researcher Alessandro Patruno.
Daniele Viganò's first book, a series of stories about the solar system for the little ones. Illustrated by Elena Borghese and edited by Temperino Rosso.
When did cosmology become a true science? Emilio Elizalde's book, published by Catarata, sheds light on the evolution of the scientific study of the cosmos in history.