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15:26

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Ardales, the birthplace of cave art

FERNANDO TORRES

...earlier human groups such as the Neanderthals used to paint their bodies red and paint or carve small signs on bones and stones,” says Pedro Cantalejo. In the case of the Ardales Cave - situated in the extreme west of Europe and considered to be a home

17:01

LifeStyle

Fats that help to lose weight

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...were forced to rely on berries, fruits, roots and other vegetables. It is very probable that these variations were interspersed with long periods of shortages and need," he says. It is in our DNA: the human metabolism has different ways of obtaining

12:16

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“Someone from America doesn't come to Ronda to order saki”

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...project like Bardal, trends in dining have moved on, but luckily they have done so towards your philosophy. In the end that is part of evolution because human beings have always evolved by trying things, and when you try, you put a thousand different

11:58

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Work with a far-reaching legacy

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...major international focus, to another with 40 from Seville and the nearby area, I would have been bored [as a director] within five months,” she says. In 2011 she took her PhD at the University of Seville, training in human behaviour in organisations

14:17

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Secrets in the blood

SUSANA ZAMORA health

...small amount of very specific information, to an automated process which enables the first complete human genome to be sequenced (together with the genes contained in the chromosomes) something which occurred in 2004 after 13 years of work by an ... previously have been unable to use them for early diagnosis or to demonstrate a parent-child relationship. At present there are between 6,000 and 8,000 illnesses (of the 10,000 from which a human can suffer) which have a genetic base and originate from ... changes to DNA. These can be mutations or changes in the copy number of the genetic fragments which lead to an illness, most of which are classified as ‘rare’. “Fifteen years ago, with the physical study of the chromosomes (every human cell has 46

13:43

What to do

A surefire success

...activists, or plain ol’ peace-loving citizens taken aback by the “Happiness is a Hot Gun” inscription at the base of the lamps, FLOS donates 20% of sales revenue to a European human rights organisation. Still not sure you buy into the idea of guns as

17:14

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Symbolic and spontaneous sculptures

Jennie Rhodes

...which in his studio makes them look like a huge, fun interactive games, with many of the pieces taking on an almost human appearance, from entire families sunning themselves on deck chairs, to people working out in a gym. Some of these, plus three of

16:07

Local

Money and care

Revd Adrian Low

You must be reading this post Election UK 2017. I write as the polls suggest a hung parliament after a campaign that, as always, tends to focus on the economy. How does any country support the elderly, ensure security, find sufficient funds to run th