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  • The Hidden Geometry of Global Contagion
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    New mathematical theory for the global spread of epidemics Scientists at Berlin’s Humboldt-...
  • Sun not a key driver of climate change
    University of Edinburgh
    Climate change has not been strongly influenced by variations in heat from the sun, a new...
  • Struggling for the Offspring in the Antarctic Sea
    Rosa Martínez, University of Barcelona Press
    Brooding is a usual behaviour in animals. However, to observe it in a marine worm is exceptional,...
  • How Were Neolithic Burial Rituals Performed?
    Núria Quintana, University of Barcelona Press
    Neolithic skeletons were not buried; they were simply placed around the north wall of the cave,...
  • Recovering Fish Population in a Marine Reserve: No Easy Matter
    Rosa Martínez, University of Barcelona Press
    The recovery of fish populations in the Mediterranean coast is not an easily resolved issue. Quite...
  • Swarming chemical robots offer tiny labs to fight cancer
    HORIZON - The EU Research & Innovation Magazine
    Antibiotics which break down before bacteria can evolve resistance to them; perfumes which release...
  • Higgs collects Nobel award
    University of Edinburgh
    The celebrated scientist Professor Peter Higgs has travelled to Stockholm to collect his Nobel...
  • Smoking at Home: Not with Children, Please
    Rosa Martínez, University of Barcelona Press
    Parents who smoke should be aware of the risk it signifies for the health of their children. Much...
  • Music innovators take bite out of Apple
    University of Edinburgh
    A University of Edinburgh invention that helps make music more accessible is launching with an...
  • A 90,000-Year-Old Cervid
    Núria Quintana, University of Barcelona Press
    Image: Skull of Haploidoceros mediterraneus (Photo: GRQ-SERP, UB). It was smaller than today’s red...