imatge fons coronavirus humans

Is it useful to talk about COVID-19 waves, or maybe other metaphorss such as forest fires can be more adequate?
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Autobiographical comics allow the authors to talk about cancer from a humour perspective and to share their experiences of the disease.
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Thanks to food safety, diseases such as typhus and cholera have virtually disappeared.
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Our intelligence may be the only recourse against emerging infectious diseases like SARS-CoV-2.
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The author discusses how women have been rendered invisible during the COVID-19 pandemic and how we have experienced a regression in gender biases.
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The hat connect with our complacency in the face of global biodiversity loss and habitat fragmentation.
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espècies bioactives

Vulnerable species with bioactive potential must be protected because they are a potential source of molecules with pharmacological properties.
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Dreams

Stories prepare our minds for what is to come. Dreams are a sort of training process for the development and consolidation of neural architecture.
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toxic microalgae

The impact of climate change and human interventions in the Mediterranean have led to microalgae blooms.
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An analysis of 35 years of thermal images from the Mediterranean basin, which is especially vulnerable to global warming.
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Urban waste generates pollution that cannot be seen with the naked eye but has negative impacts on aquatic ecosystems, which are particularly vulnerable to it.
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Thermal expansion of the ocean and mass loss from glaciers and ice sheets will continue to be the main contributors to the sea level rise.
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The footprint of human activities on the planet is so profound that many scientists are already suggesting that we have entered a new geological era, the Anthropocene.
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The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered the creative use of metaphors, which is particularly relevant in the case of cartoonists.
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canvi global i oceans

A phenomenon of exceptional importance such as global change and its multiple effects has been discussed in several Mètode monographs. In recent years, public concern about what we already perceive

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As the debate on vaccines grows, people with doubts will dissipate them and take a stand for or against them.
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Mars shining brightly in the eastern sky shortly after sunset. This coppery dot is a world of mountains, ravines, and frozen poles that millennia ago was home to seas and

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[caption id="attachment_111125" align="alignleft" width="250"] Charles Darwin's barnacle and David Bowie's spider. How scientific names celebrate adventurers, heroes, and even a few scoundrels. Stephen B. Heard. Yale University Press. New Haven,

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suplement alimentari COVID-19

Essentially there is no supplement that can prevent the coronavirus, but many patients who have suffered from the coronavirus have vitamin D deficiency.
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Pexels

The virus has spread again in the different populations because we have lowered our protective measures, when we should have maintained them for a much longer period.
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covid 19 vaccine

On 9 November, Pfizer announced in a press release that their COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows 90 % efficacy. We analyse the situation with the voice of several experts.
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dna

The Nobel Prize for Chemistry has awarded Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for the development of CRISPR-Cas9 genetic editing tools. Lluís Montoliu analyses the journey to this award.
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vaccine

Vaccine development takes a long time, often more than fifteen years. The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has accelerated the process in record time. This race has only just begun and there is much to be learned in the near future.
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cygnus x 1 forat negre

The Swedish Academy has awarded Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez the Nobel Prize in Physics. What is behind this shared award? When did the debate on black holes start? An analysis by Manel Perucho.

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