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At present, computer search and classification of images is made basing on the name of the file, folder or on features as date or size, but the visual information contained was never used for classification purposes.
University of Granada researchers have developed a pioneer intervention program aimed at 3 year-old children that helps in preventing antisocial behavior in adulthood.
Researchers of the University of Granada, in collaboration with the Centre for Sensory-Motor Interaction of the University of Aalborg, Denmark, and the University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, conducted a research on chronic impingement syndrome.
Researchers have proven that the psychological and physiological state of patients with tension headache improves within 24 hours after receiving a 30-minute massage.
The separation of Neanderthal and Homo sapiens might have occurred at least one million years ago, more than 500,000 years earlier than previously believed after DNA-based analyses.
Researchers of the University of Granada have demonstrated that patients who have damage to the right prefrontal cortex of the brain present a deficit in intentional anticipation (for example, when we put the vehicle in gear before the traffic light turns green).
Researchers of the University of Granada have developed a new computer program that allows early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease through processed images.
A research conducted at the University of Granada has identified the different effects of being of a nervous disposition and being anxious at a given moment on what happens around us.
This research was developed by Dr. Enrique Garcia Artero, from the Department of Physiology of the University of Granada, and coordinated by Professor Manuel J. Castillo GarzÃ³n.
A study conducted at the University of Granada and the University of Cambridge reveals that police officers and criminals are more consistent in their judgments than ordinary people.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.