José Miguel Mulet
Full professor of Biotechnology at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and esearcher at the Institute for Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology (CSIC-UPV).

Absinthe is a distillate of different herbs, most notably Artemisia absinthium (wormwood), which contains several highly toxic molecules and some with hallucinogenic effects.
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Fotograma de la pel·lícula Memento

In Memento, Christopher Nolan used the same solution as nature did when it came to duplicating DNA millions of years before: he told Leonard's story cutting it in ten-minutes sections.
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Joana d'Arc

For a long time, some scientists have believed that a person's physical attributes can provide information about their psychology or character.
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We can find many physics and biology errors in Star Wars, but let's take a look at ecology.
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The movie Die hard has an important plot hole that could be justified with Heisenberg's uncertainty principle.
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Gene Tierney

Gene Tierney was infected with rubella by a fan while she was pregnant. This story reminds us about the dangers of COVID-19 and the need to be vaccinated, even if we do not belong to a risk group.
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If we were to use electrodes to extract energy from ourselves, we would collapse because we would have nothing left to keep our hearts beating.
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Thanks to food safety, diseases such as typhus and cholera have virtually disappeared.
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fear virus contagion

An epidemic like the one we have unfortunately experienced can bring out people's worst fears. Cinema and literature have successfully used fear to write scripts in which an epidemic is the heart of the story or the underlying excuse.
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steamboy

In the West, our idea of animated cinema is very much influenced by the work of Walt Disney. In Japan, the animated film tradition (anime) is very different. Complicated plots that are often not clearly targeted at a child or adult audience and ambiguous characters. Eastern animated cinema can even dare to make a film speculating on the philosophy of science.
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