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The mother who brought a rattle to her execution

Catalina Muñoz was executed in September 1936 and buried with the toy of her nine-month-old son, who has known her story 83 years later. In...

The scientist who uses light to fight Alzheimer’s

Li-Hue Tsai, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, tests a non-invasive treatment to appease the symptoms of the disease with visual and auditory stimuli. Every...

Antidepressants in the fridge? Science studies how diet affects mental health

Food is not medicine, but balanced nutrition can reduce the likelihood of suffering from illnesses such as anxiety and depression. Reclining on the couch, any...

Animals cannot keep up with climate change

Dozens of species are already trying to adapt but the first data indicates that few succeed Climate change is going too fast for living things....

The last day of the dinosaurs

Has there been, at last, fossil evidence of the end of the Cretaceous? History is well known. 66 million years ago, a huge asteroid hit...

Why do they sell bags of potatoes full of air?

The purpose of the container is to protect the food from deterioration with a protective atmosphere The picaresque at the time of selling certain foods...

In search of other planets where you could live

More than 15,000 people from all over the world try to locate exoplanets with similar conditions to the earth using 'machine learning' and the...

The last and ecological will of Luke Perry

The actor of 'Sensación de vivir' wanted to be buried with a biodegradable suit, created from a type of fungus, which helps transform bodies...

The scientist who invented a miracle

The prestigious magazine 'Science' withdraws for alleged fraud an investigation into the amazing arrest of an earthquake. There are days when cities abandon their centuries-old...

Only twenty of the longest rivers escape human barriers

Tens of thousands of dams block two thirds of the largest water courses on the planet. Europe, the United States, China, Mexico, the Middle East,...

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