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Estudi de les empremtes dactilars en art rupestre

Fingerprint study identifies authorship of rupestrian art

A research for the first time uses palaeodermatoglyphics study on the rupestrian art in Los Machos rockshelter, Granada. Two fingerprints were identified belonging to two individuals of different ages and probably gender. Researchers highlight the potential of this technique to delve deeper into socio-cultural contexts of prehistoric art. 

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Why the 'wimpy' Y chromosome hasn't evolved out of existence

Researchers from the UAB and the University of New South Wales (Australia) have developed a new hypothesis that represents a paradigm shift in the evolutionary history of the Y chromosome in mammals. The research has been published in "Trends in Genetics".

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UAB students win the Ecotrophelia competition

Five students from the Food Science and Technology have won the 11th edition of the Ecotrophelia España 2020 Competition, held with the objective of creating new ecological and innovative food products. The winning product consisted in a dessertin the form of a small cube.

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Students of the UAB, winners of the Urban Greenhouse Challenge

The Team Bagua, consisting of five students of the ICTA-UAB Master's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability, is the proud winner of the international competition Urban Greenhouse Challenge, organized by the Wageningen University & Research.