Cabecera ciencia en ingles

Who discovered and analysed geometrical objects such as the square and the circle? According to several studies, geometry started in Egypt. The seasonal flooding of the Nile led farmers to measure the areas in order to know which plot of land belonged to each farmer after the floods receded. Geometry (from the Greek ‘geo’, earth and ‘metrein’, to measure), is the branch from Mathematics which studies the properties of space, and Isabel Fernández Delgado, a (...)
The fight against drugs if the different sport disciplines is one of the main objectives of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), to which the group ‘Analytical, environmental, biochemical and food control’ of the department of Analytical Chemistry of the Universidad de Granada has contributed. The researchers, directed by professors Alberto Fernández Gutiérrez and Antonio Segura Carretero, have designed an optical sensor that allows to determine the presence of propanolol (a beta inhibitor used as (...)
A team of scientists of the University of Granada has developed a new analysis technique that will guarantee the restoration and preservation of the oldest manuscripts of the city, relegated up to now to the lowest position. The method, developed by researchers of the departments of Painting and Analytical Chemistry in collaboration with the Institute of Materials Sciences of Seville, and the archives of the Royal Chancellery of Granada, Provincial Historic Museum of Granada and (...)
Capillary electrophoresis is a technique that has been successfully applied in the identification and determination of a great amount of chemical compounds, the analysis of biomolecules with a high molecular weight and tests of separation of living cells, in fields such as food, environment, clinical and forensic analysis and proteomics.The book published by the Universidad de Granada Press under the title “Capillary electroforesis: an approach from the detection technique”, coordinated by the professors of Analytical (...)
The Group of Electromagnetism of the University of Granada, from the department of Electromagnetism and Matter Physics, has been doing research for several years on the applications of fractal technology to radio-communication systems.Specifically, in the design of antennas by means of numeric formulas applied to describe certain complex geometries. Their work has managed to develop small-sized antennas in a research work honoured by the Information Society and Media, an organism of the European Union (UE), (...)
A research group of the University of Granada, supervised by the professor of astrophysics Eduardo Battaner, has been analysing the mechanisms of the origin and functioning of the universe for more than fifteen years. The main object of his studio is the influence of magnetic fields in the formation, assessment and structures of the galaxies, which has lead them to prepare the biggest catalogue of visible warps in the world, with more than 150 of (...)
We only have to read the labels of many commercial products to find colorants among their components. They are natural or synthetic additives authorised by food security regulations and used to colour food and drinks in an artificial way. A research team of the universities of Granada, Jaén and Almería have devised a process to obtain a natural colorant from the micro-algae Porphyridium cruentum.High performanceMany marine algae are rich in proteins with fluorescent properties. They (...)
The universe will be a bit closer to Earth within a few months. World’s greatest telescope, the Great Telescope Canary Islands (Grantecan), is gathering momentum to “come to light” (this is, to be used for the first time to observe the firmament), and the Universidad de Granada is present in this big project. The professor of Astrophysics Eduardo Battaner has participated since 1999 in the Grantecan Monitoring Commission, one of the greatest works of Spanish (...)
Oxygen, an essential element for life, accounts for 21% of the air we breathe. However, certain works are carried out in conditions where levels can be lower with fatal consequences for persons. There fore it is, according to the scientists, a safety system, fruit of a collaboration agreement between the University of Granada and the Spanish Command for Training and Army Doctrine (MADOC), whose headquarter is in this city.In order to improve the features and (...)
One more year, the scientists of the Universidad de Granada will travel to the Antarctica to puzzle out the secrets of the ice continent. The expedition, composed of the researchers of the Andalusian Institute of Geophysics and Seismic Disaster Prevention Inmaculada Serrano Bermejo and Benito Martín Martínez, will set a course tomorrow Tuesday, 6th of December, for Deception Island, where they will analyse its volcanic evolution and supervise the level of seismic activity, in order (...)
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