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Amy Xinyang Hong i Cedric Tan Common fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) limit their «harassment» to females when they compete with their brothers, helping them

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On 5 November 2013, Mètode opened a call for artists with the 10 January 2014 as a deadline. The contest had a great level of participation

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Jesús Ciscar Jorge Ballester (València, 1941), co-founder of Equipo Realidad, died this week. The artist illustrated Mètode’s last Annual Review. Ballester forged his artistic

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Association Germaine TillionIn the photo, Germaine Tillion, who spent three years in the Aures mountain range in eastern Algeria, a region inhabited by the Amazigh peoples.

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2013 draws to an end and we bid it farewell with a compilation of the top five articles on our website. Again this year, rsearchers and communicators

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Mètode Alexander von Humboldt wandered for five years around inhospitable America looking for plants, animals, rocks, rivers, volcanoes and anything quenching his thirst for

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Juan Olivares On the left, Juan Olivares. Journey to the Centre of the Earth I, 2013. On the right, Juan Olivares. Journey to the Centre of

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NASA Europe goes through an age of no economic brilliance that translates, according to the main sociology and politology schools, into a lack of

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MIT Technology Review Colour or shape-changing clothes, or clothes with purposes beyond aesthetics such as the detection of health risks. That is the future

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Lucía Sapiña Researcher, PhD in Medicine, professor of Biochemistry at the University of Leicester, novelist, communicator, musician… One may ask how he gets the

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Mètode Art always enjoyed an important place within the pages of Mètode Popular Science Journal, trying to knock down the barrier between humanism and

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Alfredo Menéndez Muros Alfredo Menéndez-Navarro, Full Professor of History of Science at the University of Granada, carried out a research project about the risks of asbestos.

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Lucía Sapiña An iguanodon, a cetiosaurus, pteranodons… the old prints decorating Juan Manuel Usera’s office would be a delight for any kid. He is

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Anna Sanchis During last week, the Science and the Press seminar took place in the UIMP. It was organized by Mètode and involved several

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Lucía SapiñaSusanna Priest at the Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia, which she visited after her conference. Science Communication editor and Professor of

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Lucía Sapiña Hans Peter Peters, expert on scientific communication, during his conference. Despite being traditionally defined as «the two cultures», a term coined by

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Anna Mateu Cancer is one of the illnesses that worry our society the most. On the occasion of the presentation of issue 77 of

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© Anna Sanchis The relationship between science and the press is the main focus of the workshop Mètode is organising, which is to be

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Cancer, despite the phenomenal medical advances achieved during the last decades, poses as one of the most feared illnesses today, which is why

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Ricardo Campi Göran K. Hansson (Gothenburg, 1951) opens the doors to his office in the Nobel Forum, at the Swedish capital’s Karolinska Institutet, to

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We have two recommendations for August, from the last reference published in «Mètode Monographs», Herbari. Viure amb les plantes, a compilation of ethnobotany texts about some

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Our section «Mètode's Whys and Wherefores» has been one of the most dynamic in our website these last few months. A lot of readers are interested

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Mètode «Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution». With this quotation from evolutionary biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky starts the

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Hotel Pro Forma An image of Tomorrow, In a Year, the opera based on Darwin’s Origin of Species and composed by the electronic music duo The Knife

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