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OMICS Group International is organizing pre-conference workshops in top Universities and research centers of Europe, Asia and Africa: University of Valencia, Spain; University of Natural Resources
The ALHAMBRA project has identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years of close observation of the universe
Researchers from the University of Valencia and the Natural History Museum of Berlin have studied the fossilized remains of scales and bones found in Teruel and the south of Zaragoza, ascertaining that they belong to a new fish species called Machaeracanthus goujeti that lived in that area of the peninsula during the Devonian period.
The Institut de Robòtica i TIC (Robotics Institute and ICT) of the Universitat de València coordinates the European project Hydrobionets, which is a pioneer project in the world and has a budget of 3,5 million Euros.
A recent study by an international group of evolutionary biologists has pointed to six broad yet distinct ‘waves’ of climate-induced mammalian diversity in the last 65 million years of evolution.
In a new Spanish study, researchers are warning that taking shade under a beach umbrella may offer far less protection from harmful ultraviolet radiation from the sun than you might expect.
Researchers recently studied the structure of the bacterial community in four types of environments in the Tablas de Daimiel National Park in Ciudad Real, Spain.
A team of chemists from the University of Valencia has confirmed that the substance used to hermetically seal an amphora found among remains at Lixus, in Morocco, was pine resin.
A team of scientists from the University of Valencia (UV) has proven that traces of blood in various materials are eliminated completely when they are washed with detergents containing active oxygen.
Physicists of the University of Granada and the University of Valencia (Spain) have developed a proceeding to analyze specific data sent by the Huygens probe from Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, proving â€œin an unequivocal wayâ€ that there is natural electric activity in its atmosphere.
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