Latest University of the Basque Country Stories
The cause, or at least one of the possible causes, of memory loss amongst Alzheimer sufferers is related to the location of certain proteins.
Saroi is a general tool which, apart from dealing with errors, is used for making consultations about structure in the trees of analysis and for undertaking searches for linguistic structures in such trees.
While our standard of life increases, so does the worldwide energy demand. In this vein, the application of technologies based on fuel cells is put forward as an alternative to the massive consumption of fossil fuels.
This study, undertaken by researchers from the University of the Basque Country (UBC), analyzes the role played by the media in creating and spreading a stance regarding the protection of the environment, sustainable development and natural heritage.
Body composition, anthropometrical dimensions and morphological characteristics play a key role in the success of soccer players.
Anti-inflammatory drugs affect the cells taking part in inflammatory processes, but also those that do not.
Although we may believe humans know a lot about the Universe, there are still a lot of phenomena to be explained. A team of cosmologists from the University of the Basque Country are searching for the model that best explains the evolution of the Universe.
Venus is a planet similar in size to the Earth. Nevertheless, it is quite different in other aspects. On the one hand, it spins very slowly on its axis, taking 224 terrestrial days and, moreover, it does so in the opposite direction to that of our planet, i.e. from East to West.
A research team from the University of the Basque Country have analyzed the substances that are triggered in plants to protect themselves, with the goal of choosing the species that is best suited to the environment during reforestation under adverse environmental conditions.
A research team from the Department of Genetics, Physical Anthropology & Animal Physiology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the Leioa campus of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), and led by Ms ConcepciÃ³n de la RÃºa, has reconstructed the history of the evolution of human population and answered questions about history, using DNA extracted from skeleton remains.
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