Mètode Science Studies Journal - Annual Review

Mètode Science Studies Journal (ISSN 2174-3487 - eISSN 2174-9221) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, commentary and analysis on current research and science communication. The online version of the journal (www.uv.es/metode) updates its content quarterly. Articles published in the online version are also collected in the printed Annual Review of the magazine. We accept articles on all fields of science, which undergo a double-blind peer review quality process.

Mètode SSJ is indexed in Scopus, Emerging Source Citation Index, ERIH Plus and Latindex, among others.

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Issue 8 (in progress)

Documentary texts

The role of the brain in financial decisions: A review of the neuroeconomics field
Guillermo Mateu, Lucas Monzani, Roger Muñoz Navarro
Nature as a political question: Alexander von Humboldt and power networks
Bernat Lladó i Mas

The millennium problems. Challenges to further mathematics

Old mathematical challenges: Precedents to the millennium problems
Sergio Segura de León
The Riemann hypothesis: The great pending challenge
Pilar Bayer
Navier-Stokes equations: Unpredictability even without butterflies?
Xavier Mora
The Hodge conjecture: The complications of understanding the shape of geometric spaces
Vicente Muñoz Velázquez
Poincaré conjecture: A problem solved after a century of new ideas and continued work
María Teresa Lozano Imízcoz

Sapiens. In the path of the human being

The evolution of the genus 'Homo': New mysteries and perspectives
Jordí Agustí
History and reality of the genus 'Homo': What is it and why do we think so?
Ian Tattersall
A brief history of palaeogenomics: How a young discipline revolutionised the study of the past
Carles Lalueza-Fox
Out of Africa: An alternative scenario for the first human dispersal
Jordí Agustí, David Lordkipanidze
‘Homo sapiens’: who are we? The essential characteristics of our species
Eudald Carbonell, José María Bermúdez de Castro, Robert Sala

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