The LIFE Agromitiga project studies how to calculate the carbon footprint of agricultural production and Conservation Agriculture's capacity to reduce it

Publicado en Nature science

Mediterranean mussels, seaweed and some species of land plants and invertebrates are among the 13 species that are most likely to damage the ecosystems on the Antarctic Peninsula

Publicado en Nature science
Lunes, 14 Octubre 2019 12:16

Genetics to feed the world

A study, published in Nature Genetics, demonstrated the effectiveness of the technology known as genomic selection in a wheat improvement program

Publicado en Nature science

The CLARA project involves users in the development of climate services, for a more efficient management of water and energy resources

Publicado en Nature science

A University of Cordoba study proves the lack of environmental commitment in car advertising and proposes a code of good practice for companies and their creative teams

Publicado en Technology

The 'Algared +' project has yielded a better understanding of how nitrogen assimilation works in plants

Publicado en Nature science
Miércoles, 17 Julio 2019 10:07

The loss of biodiversity comes at a price

A University of Cordoba research team ran the numbers on the impact of forest fires on emblematic species using the fires in Spain’s Doñana National Park and Segura mountains in 2017 as examples

Publicado en Nature science

The European 'Olive-Miracle' project is developing a model that predicts the behaviour of olive groves in the face of climate change throughout the Mediterranean

Publicado en Nature science

The COOP + project seeks to coordinate four research infrastructures to fight against global environmental change

Publicado en Nature science

The Photo4Future project investigates the use of visible light in chemical transformations, in search of greener reactions

Publicado en Nature science