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New Insect Found In Balearic Islands

New Insect Found In Balearic Islands After 10 years of biochemical and molecular analysis of the Tyrrhenoleuctra plecoptera that live in the Western Mediterranean, Spanish and Italian scientists have now demonstrated that one of the insect populations of this group is a distinct and, therefore, new species. The researchers, including a team from the University… Seguir Leyendo New Insect Found In Balearic Islands

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Analysis Of The Personality Of Psychopaths By Means Of Their Drawings

Analysis Of The Personality Of Psychopaths By Means Of Their Drawings The ‘Analysis of the structure of language and dynamic of personality\’ research group of the University of Granada has developed a method to analyze the personality of people with psychopathologic disorders by means of their drawings. It consists of a series of Graphic Projective… Seguir Leyendo Analysis Of The Personality Of Psychopaths By Means Of Their Drawings

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Molecules With A Higher Selective Ability To Kill Cancer Cells

Molecules With A Higher Selective Ability To Kill Cancer Cells Researchers of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of the University of Granada (UGR), led by Joaquín Campos Rosa, have obtained a new type of molecules which have proven -in in vitro cultivations- a high level of efficiency against cancer cells, as well as very low… Seguir Leyendo Molecules With A Higher Selective Ability To Kill Cancer Cells

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Study Of Hereditary Diseases That Lead To Blindness

Study Of Hereditary Diseases That Lead To Blindness Scientists use a new technique consisting of the induction of neuronal degeneration for intense light exposure in the mouse’s retina, an experimental model of retinitis pigmentosa. Their work is based on the study of microglial cells, practically involved in all the diseases and damages of the nervous… Seguir Leyendo Study Of Hereditary Diseases That Lead To Blindness

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Coralline Algae In The Mediterranean Lost Their Tropical Element Between 5 and 7 Million Years Ago

Coralline Algae In The Mediterranean Lost Their Tropical Element Between 5 and 7 Million Years Ago An international team of researchers has studied the coralline algae fossils that lived on the last coral reefs of the Mediterranean Sea between 7.24 and 5.3 million years ago. Mediterranean algae and coral reefs began to resemble present day… Seguir Leyendo Coralline Algae In The Mediterranean Lost Their Tropical Element Between 5 and 7 Million Years Ago

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Social Class, Gender And Ethnic Group Determine Adolescents’ Sexual-affective Education

Social Class, Gender And Ethnic Group Determine Adolescents\’ Sexual-affective Education The social class, the gender and the ethnic group are three essential dimensions, not only in the social differentiation, but also in the affective sexual education of the adolescents, where it is necessary to take part in order to promote sexual and gender equity and… Seguir Leyendo Social Class, Gender And Ethnic Group Determine Adolescents’ Sexual-affective Education

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Scientists Use Olive Industry Waste

Scientists Use Olive Industry Waste The waste obtained from olive during the oil extraction process can be used to eliminate heavy metals from sewage or waste waters of productive activities. Olive pits, pomace and remains (from olive tree pruning) present an outstanding capacity to retain the lead present in this water, which confirms their capacity… Seguir Leyendo Scientists Use Olive Industry Waste

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Climatic Impact Of Desert Dust

Climatic Impact Of Desert Dust In the context of the climatic change of the planet, those research works that throw light on global warming are of great interest. That is the case of the studies on atmospheric aerosol, a suspension of solid or liquid particles on a gaseous environment that can contribute to the warming… Seguir Leyendo Climatic Impact Of Desert Dust

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Study: Most colleges students fear math

Study: Most colleges students fear math Six out out of 10 university students present “mathematical anxiety” or fear of this subject, researchers in Spain found. The study involved 885 first-year students at the University of Granada who took mathematics courses. Patricia Perez-Tyteca, Enrique Castro, Isidoro Segovia, Encarnacion Castro, Francisco Fernandez and Francisco Cano said the… Seguir Leyendo Study: Most colleges students fear math