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Teresa Coll Research in extracellular vesicles has skyrocketed since its discovery 30 years ago due to its potential medical applications in treating diseases

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What do we mean when we talk about science? Do we refer to it as a certain way to get knowledge? As specific disciplines? When we

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Diego Muñoz For twenty years now you have been directing one of the oldest Masters in science communication, of which you were also a promoter

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Mètode On 12 February 1809, English naturalist Charles Darwin was born. He would go into history as the father of the theory of evolution.

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Íngrid Lafita The range of things that we humans do to pass the time is extremely wide. Once our basic needs are covered, we

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When we talk about science, what do we mean exactly? Is it a way of approaching knowledge, a way to ask questions or to

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CIB 2015 «Could you take the time travel paradox beyond Douglas Adams' level?». «Do you consider yourself better able than Jules Verne to predict the

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Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura, inventors of blue LED lights, have received the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014. The year

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Anna Mateu The nuclear debate has made a comeback in recent weeks in Valencia after the trial held against 16 Greenpeace activists and a photographer

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Irene Yuste  In 2013 actor Michael Douglas said in an  interview that the tongue cancer he had suffered three years earlier had been caused by oral

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Warner Bross «Cinema and Science are not incompatible worlds». This was the title of Manuel Moreno Lupiañez's article included in Mètode's monograph «Science Frames»,

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The symbiosis between statistics and other research fields, such as medicine or particle physics, is the central theme of Mètode's latest issue. In this

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Irene Yuste «Climate change is already here amongst us.» «There is no replacement for our planet.» «Climate change is here.» These are all

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Íngrid Lafita PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Valencia since 1995, Santiago F. Elena knows viruses up close. His research focuses on

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  Hospital Carlos III The first human Ebola contagion outside of Africa, detected in the nurse Teresa Romero in the Carlos III Hospital in

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Lucía Sapiña Science in Valencia gathers great professionals and vast knowledge, but lacks better funding and a more favourable context in which to thrive.

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Miguel Lorenzo Recently, Mètode published an article where we presented a list of the most followed scientists on Twitter, a text written by the staff of Mètode. The list, as indicated

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Antonio Gómez «Factory waste, rice pads DDT infiltrations and other substances that tarnish the purity of its waters and kill the icthiological fauna are

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Felip Pineda A letter published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet has brought José María Martín Moreno, full professor of Preventive Medicine of the University

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As in previous years, we recover the most read articles in our website from the beginning of 2014 before the summer holidays. There is an outstanding

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Mètode The crossing between the paths of science and literature is the focus of the new issue of Mètode. The union of these two

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PELOPANTÓN/CSIC Studies on the remains of one of the individuals found at the La Braña site show that the old Mesolithic hunter-gatherer European had dark skin and

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Parlem amb Juan Fuster sobre els aspectes més destacats de la física de partícules i sobre l’enteniment entre els científics i els periodistes, una relació que considera necessària.
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Anna Mateu New arguments for old stereotypes. That’s how professor Cordelia Fine describes «neurosexism», a term referring to the use of neuroscience to justify

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