An article published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) by researchers of the University of Córdoba reveals intriguing magnetic and structural properties of ferrihydrite, an important component of many environmental and soil systems.

The Nobel Prize Laureate for Chemistry 2010, Ei-ichi Negishi, has met this morning, on the Rabanales campus with around twenty young researchers from the science faculty of the University of Cordoba with whom he exchanged opinions and answered a variety of questions about his work as well as the standing of chemistry and the main scientific goals faced by researchers in this field. For Negishi, technology and innovation are two constantly attractive routes for maximum advancement in the fields of knowledge.

An investigation detects for the first time the presence of haloacetic acids in swimmers and swimming pool employees.

A researcher from Cordoba is to collaborate with the British government on the necessities of irrigation and the design of an improvement plan.

The device will allow for advances in the study of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) in beehives, which is key in climate change analysis.

Researchers at the University of Cordoba and the CSIC (Granada) (the Spanish National Research Council) discover the existence of the flower, originally from Turkey and national symbol of Holland, in botanical handbooks from the 11th century. The publication of their results in ‘Economic Botany’ surprises the scientific community.

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