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Teens who regularly play football are more focused

The University of Granada, which oversees Cimcyc, announced on Tuesday the findings of a study that sampled 75 male and female adolescents, half of whom played football regularly, reports Efe. The subjects took questionnaires and performed tests to ... Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
Teens who play football are more focussed The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

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Researchers from the University of Granada found that antioxidant levels in spent coffee grounds and coffee silver skin are 500 times greater than vitamin C.

Coffee byproducts are a powerhouse of antioxidants May 7. /UPI/ -- Copyright 2015 United Press International, Inc. (UPI). Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification of any UPI content is expressly prohibited without UPI's ...
 TickerTech.com2 weeks ago Coffee byproducts are a powerhouse of antioxidants  UPI2 weeks ago Coffee byproducts are rich in antioxidants  MENAFN2 weeks ago

New data helps astronomers unravel mystery of Dark Matter's nature

In the project by University of Granada, scientists have used stars as particle physics labs: thanks to the high temperature inside stars, photons can turn into axions that escape to the exterior, carrying energy with them. Results indicated that the emission ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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'Motivational Interviewing' can Help Smokers Quit Tobacco Consumption

Quitting smoking is not an easy task. Researchers from the universities of Granada in Spain and San Buenaventura in Bogota, Colombia, demonstrated that motivational interviewing can make smokers see tobacco as something disagreeable, thus helping ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago Motivational Interviewing can reduce Smoking habit: Study  Odisha Samaya1 week ago Motivational interviewing can help smokers kick the habit  Bangla Mirror1 week ago Motivational Interviewing Makes Tobacco Seem Disagreeable To Smokers, Helps Them Quit  Medical Daily2 weeks ago
Medical Design Technology

University of Granada scientists patent a new biocompatible hydrogel

1-May-2015 Biotechnology | Ingredients | Research Scientists from the University of Granada, the CSIC Laboratory of Crystallographic Studies, GENYO and the University of Edinburgh have patented a new supramolecular hydrogel with numerous ...
 Manufacturing Chemist2 weeks ago Researchers successfully measure the duende of flamenco dancers  Alpha Galileo2 months ago Measuring the 'Duende' of Flamenco Dancers  Medical Design Technology2 months ago
Fish Information & Services

Spanish and Brazilian researchers find idea mix of fish oil and cooking oil biodiesel

May 20, 2015 | Meghan Sapp In Spain, researchers from the University of Granada teamed with the University of Campinas in Brazil to determine the ideal blend of fish oil and cooking oil to produce a new kind of biodiesel. The project looked at ...
 Biofuels Digest4 days ago Improved biodiesel from fish and cooking oil  BlackSeaGrain.net4 days ago New Research Shows Dogfish, Swordfish and Mussels Accumulate the most Toxic Metals  The Fish Site2 weeks ago

La UGR alcanza la posiciĆ³n 228 del mundo en el University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP)

FONTE : Universidad de Granada ARGOMENTO : Schools and Courses, Training, International, Local, National, Home Land Security (law enforcement), State ALLEGATI : INFORMAZIONI PER LA STAMPA A CURA DI : NOODLS DAL May 7, 2015 ...
 Mediaddress2 weeks ago Genetic factors determine performance on Maths course  Alpha Galileo1 month ago
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Suffering from abuse during childhood increases the chances of depression, above all in those adults who are genetically predisposed

An international research project led by scientists from the University of Granada has demonstrated that the risk of suffering from depression due to abuse during childhood is significantly higher in those patients who are genetically predisposed. ...
 Medical News Today1 month ago Established a Psychological Technique to Helps Smokers Quite Tobacco  ScienceNewsline2 weeks ago Psychological technique helps smokers quite tobacco  Science Daily2 weeks ago It has been scientifically established that a psychological technique called motivational interviewing helps smokers quite tobacco  Alpha Galileo3 weeks ago
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A recent study analyses the distance children are willing to walk to school, and how it increases with age

A study conducted by researchers from the universities of Granada, Cambridge and East Anglia (UK) has for the first time analysed the distance that children are willing to walk to school every day, and has quantified how it increases with age. The ...
 Alpha Galileo3 weeks ago A Study Analyzes the Distance Children Are Willing to Walk to School  ScienceNewsline3 weeks ago

Studies from University of Granada Yield New Data on Risk Management (Contribution of exposure, risk of crash and fatality to explain age- and...

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News-- Current study results on Risk Management have been published. According to news reporting originating from Granada, Spain, by VerticalNews correspondents, research stated, "This study ...
 Insurance News Net1 month ago
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