plantes del futur

New Mètode call for papers. Monograph 104 (volum 1 2020) will focus on the role of the plants of the future in the future challenges of humanity. Deadline for submission (EXTENDED): 15 July 2019.
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Mètode's autumn issue tries to offer a general overview of the world of robotics and artificial intelligence from the point of view of six experts in the field.
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biological diversity

New call for papers: in this issue of Mètode Science Studies Journal (autumn 2019) we will explore salient issues on the evolution of biological diversity.
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Mètode, the research dissemination journal of the University of Valencia, has been awarded the Special Jury Prize in the XIX Ciencia en Acción competition for its «rigour and quality».
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In human beings, it is very difficult to discern what is learned and what is innate in our behaviour. Despite this, the rejection most human adults feel from snakes might be an instinct inherited from our ancestors.
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In Mediterranean ecosystems, fires are quite frequent naturally and generate large open spaces ideal for the germination and growth of many Mediterranean plants
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Making Science anuari

The 2018 annual review focuses on future mathematical challenges, the palaeontological history of Homo sapiens, the delusions of pseudoscience and medical dissemination through literature.
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When a material gets wet, we see it with a darker colour. Professor Inmaculada Pascual Villalobos explains why.
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The latest Mètode monograph shows the importance of communication and popularisation in the field of biotechnology.
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mar blava

When a large quantity of water is observed, as happens in the sea, we notice a blue color that can vary depending on the mass of water we are observing. Professor Inmaculada Pascual Villalobos explains why.
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