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Measuring brain’s response to different musical genres with artificial intelligence
Málaga | 02/26/2024

A research team from the University of Malaga (Andalusia, Spain) has analyzed how the brain responds to hearing […]

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Obtaining hydrogen from vine shoots for biofuel production
Jaén | 01/15/2024

A research team from the University of Jaén confirms the obtaining of this gas from grape harvest waste. This makes it possible to contribute to the circular economy in this sector by using these residues and producing clean energy.

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Launching an app that allows the identification of timber through mobile phones aided by artificial intelligence to facilitate the control of timber trade
España | 03/23/2023

The application for mobile devices developed by the Operational Group GO IMAI provides customs agents and law enforcement agencies with a tool that allows them to easily establish an early warning of a suspicious shipment. The Technical University of Madrid, the University of Granada and the Spanish Timber Trade and Industry Association (AEIM) make up the research team that has developed this tool over the last two years.

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Development of lacquers with tomato residue to coat the inside of cans and food packaging
Málaga | 03/20/2023

An international team of researchers led by experts from the research centre Instituto de Hortofruticultura Subtropical y Mediterránea "La Mayora" (CSIC-Universidad de Málaga) has converted this material into a biodegradable lacquer that acts as an internal coating for food cans. This resin repels water better and adheres more firmly to the metal than those containing biphenol A, better known as BPA, a chemical compound present in many everyday consumer products which is harmful to health.

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Development of a low-cost ‘smart’ rollator for clinical rehabilitation
Málaga | 10/24/2022

Researchers from the University of Malaga have designed a new system that analyses the evolution of patients undergoing treatment. Specifically, it allows for accurate progress data while the patient performs other activities. The frame is cheaper than others on the market, and its functionalities can be extended with addons adapted to each person’s individual needs.

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Discovery of changes in breast milk composition in women with COVID-19
Huelva | 10/19/2022

A research team from the University of Huelva in collaboration with the MilkCORONA initiative has confirmed that infection by the SARS-CoV-2 virus modifies the supply of nutrients to infants. Although the alterations caused by the disease in human serum and blood are already known, this is the first study that analyses the elements that vary in the food of newborns, and opens the door to new studies on the possible benefits of including supplements in the diet of lactating women.

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Patenting of a motorcycle safety system that stops the engine after detecting the fall of the rider
Huelva | 09/26/2022

Researchers at the University of Huelva have designed, built and validated a set of sensors distributed throughout the footrests and saddle that brings the vehicle to a halt when they detect that the motorcyclist is no longer present. This invention automatically halts its operation in the event of any type of incident that may occur to the rider and thereby help to prevent road accidents.

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Designing a mobile app that identifies in real time the fishing activity of vessels
Huelva | 09/23/2022

A multidisciplinary team from the University of Huelva, the Miguel Hernández University and the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) has developed a device that uses different sensors integrated in smartphones to instantly detect from the movement of the boat whether it is performing trawling tasks, whether it has docked after stowing its fishing nets or is simply sailing out or back on a working day.

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Validation of a new method to analyse minerals under Terrestrial and Martian atmospheric conditions
Málaga | 07/18/2022

A research team at the University of Málaga offers a new procedure for analysing materials in different environments. The method consists of merging different types of data obtained from already familiar laser technologies, which increases the accuracy of the results. This method offers a more effective tool for advancement in planetary research, geochemical projects in outdoor environments or studies of submerged shipwrecks.

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Development of a prototype that reads brain signals to enable people with severe motor disabilities to communicate
Málaga | 12/13/2021

A research team at the University of Malaga has created a computer program for patients affected by diseases that prevent any movement to recover their communicative competence. This system does not require any voluntary muscular action, not even blinking, for the machine to interpret what the patient wants to do. Experts have confirmed the system's suitability for sending instant messages.

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Bioplastic made of nanocellulose and mango to improve food preservation
Cádiz | 07/26/2021

Researchers from the Universities of Cadiz (Spain) and University of Aveiro (Portugal) have developed a bioactive and biodegradable packaging, made with cellulose from the paper industry and extracts of mango fruit leaves, that mantains the properties of food longer without the need for chemical additives. This film contains in vitro-tested antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds, as well as a stronger UV light filter that delays food decomposition.

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Development of a ‘smart’ system for fake news detection
Jaén | 05/11/2021

A research team from the University of Jaén and the University of Alicante has tested a model based on artificial intelligence that determines the truthfulness of information in digital media. Using this tool, both journalists and end users will be able to define the credibility of a text.

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