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THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

SPAIN CSIC Launches Genetic Study to Identify Individual Risk of Developing Severe Forms of COVID-19 Researchers from the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) have launched a genetic study to identify the individual risk of developing severe forms of...

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THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

The minerals of our life Our life is surrounded by minerals. They have accompanied humanity since its origins. The aim of the informative report by the University of Navarre is nothing other than to make a brief tour through some of the uses that have been...

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THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

The study of protein material of a homo tooth antecessor of Atapuerca becomes the oldest human genetic evidence and clarifies the debate about our antecessors The study, carried out by the University of Copenhagen and in which the scientific director of the Museum of...

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REX Animation Film Festival – Open call 2020

REX Animation Film Festival – Open call 2020

EUNIC Stockholm is launching an Open Call for the 6th edition of REX Animation Film Festival. All European animators are invited to send their films and have a chance to be featured in Sweden's biggest animation film festival which brings the most exciting European...

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THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

Male-killing bugs hold key to butterflies’ curious colour changes  The international study, led by the University of Edinburgh, analysed the entire DNA of the bacteria and the female butterflies’ chromosomes. The findings reveal that the bacteria ensures the...

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