Latest University of Granada Stories

2011-03-03 12:48:05

A research conducted at the University of Granada has revealed a high rate of gender-based violence –both physical and psychological– directed by drug-addict men against their partners.

2011-02-23 13:45:47

Drivers aged over 60 have higher crash rates in non problematic operating environments –as in junctions– than drivers of other age groups.

2011-02-17 16:19:54

A study conducted at the University of Granada and at the University Hospital San Cecilio revealed that preterm mother’s milk contains lower concentrations of coenzyme Q10, which is a complex of great medical importance.

2011-02-09 13:32:36

Long QT syndrome approximately affects one in every 2,500 people ­-mainly young people.

2011-01-20 15:50:13

A world pioneer research conducted at the University of Granada revealed that society tends to exonerate men from sexual violence within the couple if the man is kind to his wife.

2010-12-16 13:40:58

A University of Granada professor specialist in Nutrition explained that the species Lycium Barbarum –currently imported from China– comes from the Mediterranean regions and grows in other mild regions of the world.

2010-12-14 20:23:46

Researchers at the Andalusian Institute for Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (CABIMER) and the University of Granada found that cFLIP –an inhibitor of death ligand-induced apoptosis– is not only essential in breast tumor cells resistance to TRAIL treatments (a death ligand with a potent therapeutic potential against cancer), but this protein is also key to the survival of such cancer cells.

2010-11-30 21:22:01

Society appreciates powerful individuals' efforts, regardless of them having success or failing.

2010-10-27 20:21:42

In cases of child sexual abuse, there are children and teenagers that blame themselves (for example, after the thought that the abuse was led by them) or their family (thinking that their family should have protected them) for the abuse suffered in their childhood.

2010-10-26 22:14:25

Adolescents enrolled in private schools employ more efficient strategies to cope with their problems than students in public schools.

Word of the Day
  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
  • In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.
The word 'cassation' comes from the French 'cassation', from Latin 'casso' ("destroy, annul").