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RAKU Training Seminar

The training seminar consisted on the study and demonstration in laboratory of the technical process of reduction (RAKU) in ceramic art works produced using tungsten mining wastes from Panasqueira mining, Portugal.

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UGR - University of Granada

The University of Granada (UGR) is an institution that is open to the world in every aspect: studies, teaching, research, university management and co-operation.

The UGR has a long tradition of international academic collaboration, which, today, has become a firm conviction to go even further into every area of internationalization, forming part of any initiative that will enhance the UGR’s international standing. 224 more words

Consortium

Marín Viadel, R.; Roldán, J.; Mena de Torres, J. (eds.). (Re)Presentaciones, miradas, reflejos en investigación basada en artes y en investigación artística. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 2014.

The papers presented at the 2nd Conference ABR & AR in Granada, 2014, have just been published as an electronic book, organized into four volumes, due to the large number of pages. 63 more words

Books

Weird Rugby Times

Studying abroad consists of constantly pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and trying new things.  Sometimes that concept brings you into situations that you never imagined you’d find yourself.   719 more words

Adventures

Melatonin and exercise work against Alzheimer’s in mice

05 OCT 2012
Different anti-aging treatments work together and add years of life

The combination of two neuroprotective therapies, voluntary physical exercise, and the daily intake of melatonin has been shown to have a synergistic effect against brain deterioration in rodents with three different mutations of Alzheimer’s disease. 751 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Proof that melatonin consumption fights obesity and diabetes

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” Melatonine is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory: these properties constitute the foundation of its protective effect upon metabolism. ‘Melatonine is particularly abundant in vegetables, such as spices, herbs, tea, coffee, fruit, seeds and nuts. 779 more words

Health Technology News

Scientists Have Proven the Existence of Beer Goggles

Did you wake up this morning with a pounding headache, a few Instagram selfies of you and a beardy blur that looks like Zach Galifianakis, and a strange number in your phone? 373 more words