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19:14

National

Claims that a Spanish antiviral drug can reduce the viral load of Covid-19 by 99 per cent

ÁLVARO SOTO

...refers to the amount of virus in an infected person's blood and the news was supported by the publication of an article in the journal Science. Plitidepsin works by blocking the protein eEF1A, which is found in human cells and is used by SARS-CoV-2 to ... clinical trials for the treatment of Covid-19," the company says. The Science article also states that plitidepsin is a safe antiviral in humans despite the risk of toxicity from all these drugs. "In two different animal models of SARS-CoV-2 infection,

19:14

LifeStyle

Feeling desperate for a hug? Science can explain why

ROCÍO MENDOZA

You don't know how lucky you are to live through this nightmare alongside somebody else, despite the disputes that I imagine can occur. Right now, I would give anybody a hug". When she wrote that, writer Elsa Veiga had been on her own at home for n

19:34

LifeStyle

19 June 1980: The death of the girl 'born out of science'

Daryl Finch

The morning after 15 July 1898, news of María del Carmen Enriqueta filled the newspapers; when she died on this day in 1980, it was barely mentioned. She has almost been erased from the collective memory now, but 'La Niña de la Ciencia' (the science

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

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

14:00

National

Madrid climate conference closes without agreements

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE / ALFONSO TORICES

The COP25 climate summit in Madrid finished last Sunday with many delegates and activists expressing their disappointment at a perceived lack of progress. The delegates assembled in Madrid did recognise the importance of climate science, and the ... Teresa Ribera, Spain's minister for Ecological Transition, stated, "The mandate is clear: countries must present more ambitious national targets in 2020. It's important to respond to science's demands and the people's demands." One glimmer of hope was

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

18:53

Opinion

Winemakers

ANDREW J. LINN

...winemaker. Until well into the latter half of the last century, every bodega's winemaker was usually one of the family. Back then winemaking was not a science, more a skill arrived at by experience. The first bodega to contract the services of a