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Researchers at the University of Granada (UGR) have studied the natural history and conservation status in Spain of the only known population of Polygala balansae in Europe, which was previously thought to be exclusive to Morocco.
A researcher from the University of Granada has designed a reliable method that â€“combined with the diagnostic criteria of the American College of Rheumatologyâ€“ helps to diagnose fibromyalgia on the basis of patients' walk parameters, i.e. their gait.
Scientists from the University of Granada, Spain, have generated artificial human skin by tissular engineering basing on agarose-fibrin biomaterial.
Scholars from the University of Granada, Spain, and the National University of Comahue, Argentina, designed an educational intervention program that achieved the integration of 100% of gypsy students in their Secondary School Centre, in the province of Granada.
An expert in forensic anthropology argues that the database should include computer records of citizens such as anthropological data, physiognomic characteristics, medical information, radiographic files, dental records and numbers of different identity documents.
A research work performed at the University of Granada (Spain) has proved that role-playing games have a very positive effect on the knowledge and habits of physical and sports practice from a health viewpoint in students of Secondary Education, as their practice can make that exercise and healthy life habits are more attractive for teenagers.
On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the FundaciÃ³n Tres Culturas del MediterrÃ¡neo in September 30th, 2009, JosÃ© Antonio GriÃ±Ã¡n, president of the Junta de AndalucÃa, presented a facsimile edition of a 13th century Andalusian Qur'an at the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) have compared the disaster caused by the AznalcÃ³llar spillage in the DoÃ±ana National Park in Andalusia 11 years ago with the biggest species extinction known to date.
Despite the almost universal association of the right with life, right, positive and good things, and the left with death, inadequacy, negative and bad things, recent researches show that left-handed people hold the opposite association.
People with lower socioeconomic status and those belonging to ethnic minority groups receive worse health care in the treatment of diabetes than the rest of patients in the world's most developed countries.
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