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New System Developed For Early Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers of the University of Granada have developed a new computer program that allows early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease through processed images. This new system has enhanced successful early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease up to 90%, which is an important progress within this area of study. The study was conducted by professor Ignacio Alvarez Illán,… Seguir Leyendo New System Developed For Early Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Through the looking glass: Scientists peer into Antarctica’s past to see our future climate

Despite their present-day cold temperatures, the poles were not always covered with ice. New climate records recovered from Antarctica during the recent Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) “Wilkes Land Glacial History” Expedition show that approximately 53 million years ago, Antarctica was a warm, sub-tropical environment. During this same period, known as the “greenhouse” or “hothouse”… Seguir Leyendo Through the looking glass: Scientists peer into Antarctica’s past to see our future climate

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Spanish and Portuguese scientists join forces to monitor atmospheric aerosols with laser radar

Ten scientific institutions from Spain and Portugal have joined forces to create the SPALINET lidar network, radars with laser technology intended to study the aerosols in the atmosphere. The aim of the team is to homogenise and enhance the quality of measurements in order to better understand the scattering of these particles in the sky… Seguir Leyendo Spanish and Portuguese scientists join forces to monitor atmospheric aerosols with laser radar