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A New Hypothesis Has Been Formulated On Why Bacteria Are Becoming Increasingly More Resistant To Antibiotics

-In a revolutionary article published in the journal “Archives of Microbiology”, a researcher from the University of Granada (Spain) provides an answer to an enigma that scientists have still not been able to solve-According to his theory, bacteria that are non-resistant to antibiotics acquire said resistance accidentally because they take up the DNA of others… Seguir Leyendo A New Hypothesis Has Been Formulated On Why Bacteria Are Becoming Increasingly More Resistant To Antibiotics

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A New Material Has Been Patented, Using Doped Carbon, Allowing Fuels To Be Produced While, At The Same Time, Reducing CO2 Emissions

After more than 10 years’ work, scientists at the University of Granada have a developed a carbon gel that enables CO2 to be turned into hydrocarbons by electro-catalytic transformation.Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) have developed a new material using doped carbon that allows low-cost energy to be produced and also reduces the amount… Seguir Leyendo A New Material Has Been Patented, Using Doped Carbon, Allowing Fuels To Be Produced While, At The Same Time, Reducing CO2 Emissions

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A New Material Has Been Patented, Using Doped Carbon, Allowing Fuels To Be Produced While, At The Same Time, Reducing CO2 Emissions

After more than 10 years’ work, scientists at the University of Granada have a developed a carbon gel that enables CO2 to be turned into hydrocarbons by electro-catalytic transformation.Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) have developed a new material using doped carbon that allows low-cost energy to be produced and also reduces the amount… Seguir Leyendo A New Material Has Been Patented, Using Doped Carbon, Allowing Fuels To Be Produced While, At The Same Time, Reducing CO2 Emissions

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Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

-A study conducted at the University of Granada and the University of York in Toronto, Canada, has revealed that bilingual children have a better working memory, which holds, processes and updates transitory information.-The research study has been published in the last issue of the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. A study conducted at the University… Seguir Leyendo Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

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Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

-A study conducted at the University of Granada and the University of York in Toronto, Canada, has revealed that bilingual children have a better working memory, which holds, processes and updates transitory information.-The research study has been published in the last issue of the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. A study conducted at the University… Seguir Leyendo Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

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Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

-A study conducted at the University of Granada and the University of York in Toronto, Canada, has revealed that bilingual children have a better working memory, which holds, processes and updates transitory information.-The research study has been published in the last issue of the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. A study conducted at the University… Seguir Leyendo Bilingual Children Have A Better “Working Memory” Than Monolingual Children

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A New ‘Virtual Moderator’ Helps Reach Consensus in Troubled Negotiations

Researchers at the University of Granada and the Abo Akademi in Finland have designed a new fuzzy ontology-based system to help making decisions in our daily life.For instance, this system can help a person choose a wine, but it can also be useful in complex negotiations between countries fighting for their interests in the European… Seguir Leyendo A New ‘Virtual Moderator’ Helps Reach Consensus in Troubled Negotiations

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A New ‘Virtual Moderator’ Helps Reach Consensus in Troubled Negotiations

Researchers at the University of Granada and the Abo Akademi in Finland have designed a new fuzzy ontology-based system to help making decisions in our daily life.For instance, this system can help a person choose a wine, but it can also be useful in complex negotiations between countries fighting for their interests in the European… Seguir Leyendo A New ‘Virtual Moderator’ Helps Reach Consensus in Troubled Negotiations

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Study Finds That Our Decision-Making Skills In Stressful Situations Influenced By Cortisol

A group of scientists from the University of Granada’s Group of Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychoneuroimmunology has discovered a connection between levels of the hormone cortisol in a person’s saliva and their ability to make good decisions in high-stress situations, highlighting yet another link between mind and body. The researchers study, titled “Can decision-making skills affect… Seguir Leyendo Study Finds That Our Decision-Making Skills In Stressful Situations Influenced By Cortisol

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Study Finds That Our Decision-Making Skills In Stressful Situations Influenced By Cortisol

A group of scientists from the University of Granada’s Group of Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychoneuroimmunology has discovered a connection between levels of the hormone cortisol in a person’s saliva and their ability to make good decisions in high-stress situations, highlighting yet another link between mind and body. The researchers study, titled “Can decision-making skills affect… Seguir Leyendo Study Finds That Our Decision-Making Skills In Stressful Situations Influenced By Cortisol