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The 3D image of your face doesn’t lie about your age

 04/09/2015 - 12:39
The 3D image of your face doesn’t lie about your age

You might be able to “fool” the mirror, but the 3D image of your face doesn’t lie. At least that is what a study published by Cell Research, carried out by a team lead by Jing-Dong Han, computational biology professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Max Planck Partner Institute of Shanghai, ensures.

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The birth of the human body’s “Google Maps”

 04/08/2015 - 14:25
The birth of the human body’s “Google Maps”

For years now technology allows us to learn of and travel de distance separating point A from point B. Our residence, workplace, a restaurant and a medical center constitute the usual ‘points’. But, what would happen if instead of traveling through the streets of a city this ‘virtual’ trip were taken, for example, inside a knee? The result would be a type of ‘Google Maps’ in which the map, no matter how incredible is may seem, would be the human body itself.

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Pennsylvania, among the states most affected by a resistant bacteria

 04/08/2015 - 14:07
Shigela resistente (CDC).

Shigela is not an unordinary bacterium in the country; it is responsible for nearly 500,000 cases of diarrhea a year in the US. Nonetheless, in its latest report the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) informs of the existence of various cases of Shigela that are resistant to ciprofloxacin.

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Una plataforma social para combatir la depresión

 04/07/2015 - 17:50
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Lanzada bajo el nombre de Panoply y basada en la conocida como terapia cognitiva-conductual, este crowdsourcing, está planteado como un espacio en el que los usuarios comparten pensamientos o situaciones negativas con la intención de ayudarse los unos a los otros a ver pensamientos negativos de una manera más objetiva.

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El mundo se tiñe de azul en el 'World Autism Awareness Day’

 04/02/2015 - 14:58
El mundo se tiñe de azul en el 'World Autism Awareness Day’

Desde la Ópera de Sidney hasta el Empire State Building en Nueva York, pasando por el Cristo Redentor de Río de Janeiro. El 2 de abril los edificios más emblemáticos del mundo se tiñen de color azul para celebrara el 'World Autism Awareness Day’ o 'Día Mundial de Concienciación del Autismo’.

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