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The book The Kitchen as Laboratory: Reflections on the Science of Food and Cooking, published by the University of Columbia, was presented on 17th February in New York. The researchers Julia Maldonado-Valderrama and María José Gálvez Ruiz, at the University of Granada Department of Applied Physics, participated in the completion of the chapter devoted to milk foam, where the technique and ingredients employed to get the perfect foam in a cappuccino are described. A group of University (...)
Researchers at the University of Granada have proved that keeping lights on all day –as most of European authorities recommend- introduce ambiguity into the turn signal system. Daytime-running lights (DRL) will become mandatory to all vehicles –they were optional up to now- manufactured in Europe from 2011 Driving with the car lights on in day time slows down pedestrians’ reaction to turn signals, a study conducted at the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Granada (...)
What are the peculiar type-R stars made? Where does the carbon present in their shell come from? These are the questions to be solved by a research work conducted by scientists of the department of Theoretical and Cosmos Physics of the University of Granada (Spain), where they have analysed the chemical composition and the evolutionary state of spectral type R carbon stars to try to explain the origin of the carbon enrichment present in its (...)
Spanish researchers have developed a new mathematical model that permits to predict sport injuries from a series of equations. Their work has proved that sport injuries that affect the lower limbs in high-impact sport, such as football, athletics or basketball, can be predicted through the use of equations of logistic regression.This paper has been published in the journal “Apunts. Medicina de L’esport” and has had the participation of Antonio Fernández Martínez (University Pablo (...)
Scientists at the University of Granada have identified and characterized for the first time different antioxidant compounds from foods such as olive oil, honey, walnuts and a medicinal herb called Teucrium polium. They have used two new techniques, capillary electrophoresis and high resolution liquid chromatography, that have enabled them to identify and quantify a great part of the phenolic compounds contained in these foods.Functional foods such as olive oil, honey, walnuts and a medicinal herb (...)
What are the peculiar type-R stars made? Where does the carbon present in their shell come from? These are the questions to be solved by a research work conducted by scientists of the department of Theoretical and Cosmos Physics of the University of Granada (Spain), where they have analysed the chemical composition and the evolutionary state of spectral type R carbon stars to try to explain the origin of the carbon enrichment present in its (...)
Those students who think aloud while solving a mathematical problem can solve it faster and have more possibilities of finding the right solution that those who do not do it. Likewise, drawing or making a pictorial representation relating to the also contributed to its solution.Those are the conclusions of a study carried out at the University of Granada (Spain), which has been recently published in the journal “Revista de investigación psicoeductiva” and the Electronic Journal (...)
6 out of every 10 university students, regardless their field of study, present any symptom of anxiety when it comes to deal with Mathematics, according to a research work carried out at the University of Granada. In addition, there are significant differences between men and women in this sense, as men suffer less anxiety when it comes to deal with mathematical tasks (47% of men against 62% of women).The research has been carried out by (...)
A research group of the Departments of Applied Physics and Electromagnetism of the University of Granada (Spain), directed by Professors Jorge Andrés Portí, Alfonso Salinas and Juan Antonio Morente, have taken a step forward with regard to one of mankind’s biggest dreams and challenges, often tackled by fiction writers and film makers: invisibility. Scientists of the UGR have managed, by means of a numerical technique known as Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) Modelling method, to hide (...)
Physicists of the University of Granada and the University of Valencia (Spain) have developed a proceeding to analyse specific data sent by the Huygens probe from Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, proving “in an unequivocal way” that there is natural electric activity in its atmosphere. The scientific community thinks that there is a higher probability that organic molecules precursors to life could form in those planets or satellites which have an atmosphere with electric (...)
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