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20:32

National

Disappointing results for Spanish school pupils in the PISA tests in science, maths and reading

ALFONSO TORICES

...results can only be described as mediocre. These tests, which take place every three years, aim to evaluate educational systems in different countries by comparing pupils' knowledge of maths, science and reading comprehension, and their ability to ... average for the most advanced countries. In fact, the OECD has only published the Spanish results in maths and science, because some of the pupils presented such"anomalies" in the answers to the reading tests that it affected the overall result for the ... distance behind the national average. In 2009 there was a difference of 19 points for science, which reduced to ten points in 2012, rose again to 20 in 2015 and is now still 12 points lower. With regard to maths, the marks for pupils in Andalucía were

14:04

Local

Popular Malaga science museum is assured that its future is safe

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

An interactive science centre that has become popular with adults and children alike has been assured that its future is safe. The Principia Centro de Ciencia, near Malaga's La Rosaleda football stadium, is run by a consortium that includes the

13:43

LifeStyle

Five diets with the backing of science

ELENA MARTÍN LÓPEZ

Dieting never goes out of fashion. What does fluctuate however, is the popularity of certain diets. In 2018, many varieties went viral, often because they were promoted by famous people or influencers on social media. The Royalty style of diet follow

11:48

Opinion

Pocket science

Peter Edgerton

Since starting up a business three years ago, the contents of my pockets has changed radically. Until 2015, those selfsame pockets contained just two or three keys plus a few bank notes and a smattering of coins. That was it. No mobile phone and cert

16:55

LifeStyle

A simple yet exact science

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...ingredients well so that all the flavours shine through”. Pizza making is, as you can see, a simple but exact science.

11:42

LifeStyle

A step forward for science and a life for Lorena

Ángel Escalera

...malaga. Four days after torrential rain fell on Malaga on 14 November 1989, while the city was suffering the effects of one of the worst floods of the 20th century, Lorena Pérez Piñero came into the world by caesarean section at the Parque San Antoni

12:19

LifeStyle

From science fiction to Moorish Spain

Tony Bryant

Born in London in 1950, David Penny began writing at a tender age and was initially obsessed with science-fiction. He read avidly and wrote even more and eventually started seeing his work in amateur fanzines. At the age of 23, a short story was ... accepted by Galaxy magazine - his first payment for writing. At the age of 24, his first novel, The Sunset People, was accepted for publication and David was taken under the wing of a literary agency. Three other science fiction novels followed, but David ... enjoyed a “dissipated and wasteful (but not wasted) youth”, doing little other than writing, growing his hair and following an alternative artistic lifestyle. Passion for science fiction initiates career In his mid to late twenties real life intruded

12:19

LifeStyle

Passion for science fiction initiates career

TONY BRYANT

David's passion for writing began with science fiction. Without having a clue what he was doing he managed to land a book deal and agent at the age of 23; four novels followed between 1974 and 1979. The first, The Sunset People, is garnished ... with aliens, ferocious creatures and the remnants of the human race. The following books focused on strange legends, time travel and the walking dead. He no longer writes science fiction, although he admits it is hard to ignore it when writing his ... historic novels. “I'm not writing science fiction now, except certain fantastic elements keep creeping back in however hard I try to keep them out,” David says.