sound space

In space, there is not a medium to transmit sound, so the battles going on in space would not be heard.
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coronavirus UK

The new coronavirus strain identified in the United Kingdom presents different mutations. Alma Bracho, FISABIO researcher, explains.
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how is sound produced

Any vibrating object produces sound. Chantal Ferrer, director of the Department of Applied Physics of the University of Valencia, explains.
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mascaretes

The most effective type of mask depends on what you want to use it for. We have three types: self-filtering masks, surgical masks, and hygienic masks.
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learning

Everything we learn is stored in the brain with connections between neurons, which we call «neural plasticity». It is most pronounced in childhood and gradually decreases with age.
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pandemic predictions

Answered by Anabel Forte, professor of Statistics and Operations Research at the University of Valencia, explains why it is so difficult to make reliable predictions about the pandemic.

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COVID-19 data

Anabel Forte, professor of Statistics and Operations Research at the University of Valencia, analyses the discrepancy in COVID-19 data in Spain.
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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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Aircraft windows

The structural integrity of an airplane's windows and doors is not a minor issue, because there is a large difference in pressure and temperature between the interior and exterior of the aircraft.
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colourblind vision

Colourblind people see colours differently because they do not have all the necessary information from the L, M and S cones. A simile would be to try to obtain different paint colours by mixing only two primary colours: we would never be able to obtain the full range of existing colours.
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ears nose

In the early 1990s, a group of English doctors set out to study whether the perception that ears and noses grow over time was true. Àngels Royo explains the results of this research project.
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sleeping person

While deep sleep is characterised by low brain activity, brain activity is high during REM sleep, similar to wakefulness. If we wake up in REM sleep, it is very common for us to remember that we were dreaming. But why do we dream? Ferran Martinez-Garcia explains.
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housefly

The emergence of human dwellings and constructions, including stables, of course, provided an excellent opportunity for the survival of flies during the winter. Joaquín Baixeras explains.
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beluga mother and offspring

Did you know that the sounds some whales produce can travel up to 3,000 kilometers across the ocean?
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Alcohol is like any other type of drug, except more widespread and accepted. It is important to contextualise the importance of social behaviour in its consumption.
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Photo: Andrew Ebrahim / Unsplash

Fernando González Candelas, Full Professor of Genetics at the University of Valencia, explains how the virus affects children.
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color iris ojos

María Violeta Gómez Vicente, PhD in biochemistry and professor at the Department of Optics, Pharmacology, and Anatomy of the University of Alacant writes about the phenomenon of heterochromia.
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Alberto Tinaut, biologist specialised in the study of ants, explains the secrets of these winged insects.
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Leap Years

2020 will have an extra day, but what is the origin of this leap year? Amelia Ortiz-Gil, PhD in astrophysics and disseminator for the Astronomical Observatory of the University of Valencia, answers.
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life expectancy

How long will humans live in the future? Humans as a species are programmed to live over 100 years, and are even considered to be capable of living up to 120 years.
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aurores boreals

Auroras originate in the Sun. The star continuously emits particles which, when solar activity is high, reach the Earth's atmosphere in the form of large bursts of solar wind.
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Cinema amb olors

A principis del segle XX, va començar a sorgir la idea d’un «cinema amb olors». Malgrat els nombrosos intents de portar els olors a les pel·lícules, aquests no van acabar de funcionar  perquè la mida de les sales provocava que les olors es perderen o no donaren efecte al moment desitjat.
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reptil

Both insects and reptiles moult. However, there are some differences between both groups. Professor Jesús Selfa Arlandis explains.
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