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Cuando Georges Perec hizo el gamberro con los archivos científicos 03/05/2024
Poca gente sabe que el autor trabajó en el Centro Nacional para la Investigación Científica de Francia como documentalista, creando un sistema de indexación para organizar el fondo de publicaciones
La sincronización entre los relojes circadianos del organismo puede prevenir el envejecimiento 03/05/2024
Un experimento en ratones revela que una descoordinación entre el cronómetro central del cerebro que da la hora al cuerpo y el reloj molecular del músculo acelera la disfunción del tejido muscular. Restablecer esas redes de comunicación ayuda a preservar el buen funcionamiento
Hallada la causa genética de la malformación cerebral más frecuente 02/05/2024
Una colaboración internacional identifica una mutación que multiplica el riesgo de sufrir espina bífida, que causa discapacidad de por vida, y que puede estar relacionada también con la esquizofrenia y cardiopatías
‘Rakus’, el primer orangután al que han visto curarse una herida con una planta medicinal 02/05/2024
El simio elaboró un emplasto para tratar la úlcera con unas hojas que contienen berberina, extracto vegetal disponible en parafarmacias
Carmen Estrada, neurocientífica: “Ciencia y Dios no pueden coexistir” 02/05/2024
La investigadora y filóloga clásica sevillana reivindica en ‘La herencia de Eva’ al personaje bíblico como símbolo de curiosidad y humanismo
Noticias Internacionales
Orangutan is first non-human seen treating wounds with medicinal plant 02/05/2024
A male Sumatran orangutan chewed the leaves of a plant used in Indonesian traditional medicine and placed them on a wound on his face
Wild Orangutan Uses Herbal Medicine to Treat His Wound 02/05/2024

Researchers say this may be the first observation of a nonhuman animal purposefully treating a wound with a medicinal plant

Collapsing Sheets of Spacetime Could Explain Dark Matter and Why the Universe ‘Hums’ 02/05/2024

Domain walls, long a divisive topic in physics, may be ideal explanations for some bizarre cosmic quirks

MMR vaccines may not always give lifelong immunity against measles 02/05/2024
Levels of protection measles provided by the MMR jab fall by a small amount every year, according to mathematical modelling
The Famine Developing in Gaza Follows a Clear Pattern 02/05/2024

Famine is affecting an increasing number of people in Gaza, Sudan, Haiti and elsewhere around the globe, and its development follows a clear pattern

Politicians can use social media ads to buy votes for €4 per person 02/05/2024
An analysis of the 2021 German federal elections has found that for every 200,000 times a politician's social media adverts were viewed, their vote share increased by 2.1 per cent - a potentially low-cost way of swinging elections
'Orangutan, heal thyself': First wild animal seen using medicinal plant 02/05/2024
The Sumatran orangutan used a plant known to humans for its medicinal qualities.
UTIs make life miserable — scientists are finding new ways to tackle them 02/05/2024
Researchers are developing vaccines and fresh drug approaches to prevent and treat recurring infections without antibiotics.
US National Academies report outlines barriers and solutions for scientist carers 02/05/2024
Carers need better support from employers, such as paid parental leave, subsidized childcare and relief for other types of caregiving. But is there will among institutions to provide it?
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