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Blogs

Editorial

Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 14/07/2021

Editorial 72: The despost of the 21st century

Originally in classical Greece the word "despots" referred to the owner of something. Later, the word "despots" was assimilated to a position equivalent to king, pharaoh, Caesar or emperor.


Blogs

Transparency

Tucídides - 21/05/2021

Transparency VD 57: recovery and sustainability

In 1987 the "Brundtland report" was presented at the United Nations, advising measures for the conservation of biodiversity, the reduction of the consumption of fossil fuels and their substitution by renewable energy sources. The objective of such...


Blogs

Scientific News

VD - 5/05/2021

Biological material captured by the Earth. Science blog 122

The Earth, along its trajectory, around the Sun, and depending on its gravitational force, loses some materials and gains others. It is consider that 90,000 tons of hydrogen and 1,600 tons of helium are lost annually. Both can escape by the...


Blogs

Scientific News

VD - 4/02/2019

Vegetable LUCA: the first LUCA. Science blog 117th

At the end of his work On The Origin Of Species Charles Darwin wrote: "There is grandeur in this view of life, with its several powders, having been originally breathed into a few forms or into one...". Charles Darwin was defining -even without naming...


Blogs

Lda. Maria Sabaté - 25/09/2018

Dr. Roberto Minetti: “Any change in the legislation modifies behavior in the producers”

We interviewed Roberto Minetti, member of the register Department of the National Service of health and agro-food quality (SENASA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dr. Minetti has been a member of the SENASA Veterinary team for 23 years. In this interview he...


Blogs

VD - 27/07/2018

Intelligence of plants. Science Blog 116th

Mimosa pudica is a plant of American origin, which has been the subject of numerous studies for its ability to react to external stimuli by closing its leaves. Considering all the trials, the one made by Rene Desfontaines (1750-1833) in 1803 is of great...


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