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Costa Blanca start-up company in Spain creates world’s first bottle that purifies water with ozone
AN ALICANTE start-up company with a mix of scientists and entrepreneurs has created Ozeanic, the world's first drinking bottle that purifies water with ozone. The...
Scientists find evidence of prehistoric drug use on Spain’s Menorca
RESEARCHERS have found that civilizations on Menorca were using hallucinogenic drugs as far back as 3,000 years ago. The findings are based on analysis...
King and Queen of Spain lead State tribute to victims of Covid-19 pandemic
KING Felipe and Queen Letizia led the third State tribute on Friday to honour people who have died from Covid-19 in Spain. The 40 minute...
Scientists from Spain’s Alicante University create new type of artificial reef to regenerate Mediterranean seabed
AN artificial reef using electrolysis to regenerate Mediterranean marine life has been successfully tested in Alicante waters. A team from the University of Alicante created...
Valencian scientists develop sensor to detect coronavirus levels in the air
The device can be used to evaluate the air quality in enclosed spaces such as homes, classrooms, restaurants, cinemas and public transport.
Spanish scientists warn of unusual COVID-19 symptoms, including testicle pain
Scientists warn the damage caused by COVID-19 could have 'a future impact on male fertility'.
Scientists create computer model to predict corruption in Spanish provinces
Interestingly, other risk factors for shady shenanigans include real estate tax, a housing price increase, bank openings and the creation of new companies, according to the study.
Malaga scientists determine how dogs became man’s best friend
Man's best friend was turned from predator to pooch thanks to climate change
Eight million tonnes of plastic ‘lost’ at sea each year
Most plastic dumped into the seas will never be recovered and may be hidden deep on the ocean floor
Spain’s quick fix solution to sexually aggressive bear
Scientists worried his exploits threaten the survival of the colony
Spanish scientists deny Louis XVI blood sample
The blood was supposedly collected straight from the guillotine
Scientists use baby poo in bid to make sausages healthier
Bacteria could turn sausages into a health food
Spaniards identify cancer’s ‘Achilles heel’
Discovery of ‘ghost’ cells could revolutionise treatment of the disease
Sub-par approval ratings for Spanish social institutions
Spaniards confident in policemen and scientists but unsatisfied with political parties, bishops and banks
Spanish scientists develop computer than can gauge a person’s personality
Programme can read users' faces
Spanish scientists develop a robot sommelier
New 'electronic tongue' could revolutionise cava tasting
World’s first full face transplant undertaken in Spain
Scientists in Barcelona claim that the landmark procedure was a "success"