Recognising our reflection in a mirror is fundamental to everyone, although, rather than being something which is automatic from birth, it is something we learn as part of a process,
The stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) is a plant species from Paraguay that has recently become popular as an alternative to sugar and other artificial sweeteners, such as saccharin or aspartame.
Laminated fragment of the Guaiacum officinale species, the scientific name for the species commonly known as guaiacwood. According to several sources from that period, the wood of this tree native
We have created a globalized society, but it is not only human populations that are increasingly interconnected. The movement of invasive species and disease vectors along our expanding routes of
Cinemax In The Knick, doctors are forced to research and innovate. Otherwise, people die in operating theatres where surgeons present new techniques to their colleagues.
Josep Gordi Although the Bible does not mention any particular fruit, the forbidden fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil was associated with
José Manuel Almerich Cava Gran or Arquejada in Serra de Mariola. The pit is circular and the outer layout is hexagonal. Its capacity is 1,960 m3 and is twelve
Humanae is a project of Brazilian photographer Angelica Dass, which reflects on the colours beyond the borders of our codes, using as reference the PANTONE matching system. The project's objective is
e By kind permission of the Master and Fellows of Peterhouse (Cambridge, UK) Picture of James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), who, together with Newton and Einstein, is considered one
Grup d'investigació MedSPai - Universitat d'Alacant Snow pits and climate evolution Ever since 1970, in the first Spanish comprehensive study on this area, when geographer
Cortesia de Vicent Peris (Observatori Astronòmic de la Universitat de València) Fragment of IC 1805, also known as Heart Nebula. Located in the Cassiopeia constellation, in it
José Luis Iniesta In the novel Around the Moon, Jules Verne describes the space voyage of three intrepid explorers, Barbicane, Nicholl, and
Tim Ertl A long time has passed since 1683, when the Dutch naturalist Anton van Leeuwenhoek observed spermatozoa for the first time using a
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