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13:27

Opinion

Why does having children affect women's careers and not men's?

ANA BARREALES

Apparently not, because they are still the ones who hold the top posts in those fields. Last week was International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and to mark the occasion Malaga university issued a press release about how the presence of women is ... competitive profession that if you stop for a while for family reasons, it looks bad on your CV. Well, of course, because everyone knows that men who work in science do not have children or family obligations of any type. Although paternity leave is ... granted because fathers are supposed to be equal to mothers, children are considered a professional obstacle only for women. And that is the problem for all women, not just those who work in science.

15:21

Opinion

Mariano's vaccine

IGNACIO LILLO

We're still in time to give our researchers a boost so they finish their trials as soon as possible and start to distribute a 100% Spanish vaccine, which, what's more, only needs one jab, and has a simpler formulation. Spanish science has always been a

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,

23:31

LifeStyle

A lost tradition? Ten good reasons to make soup

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

...power. "In China and Al-Andalus, recipe books from centuries ago proclaim their medicinal properties," says Massanés, adding, however, that science hasn't yet confirmed the claims. Soup certainly hydrates because of its high water content and it

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

19:17

Travel

An Andalusian wellness staycation

ANDREW FORBES

...championship medal winner, as well as a specialist in biomechanics (the science of body movement), tai chi, qigong, and Taoist meditation. Under his patient and friendly guidance, I begun to learn some of the basic fundamentals of tai chi. This Chinese martial

18:16

Local

The fight against Covid has its roots in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...per cent of cases. She is the daughter of another researcher, Antonio Alcaide, who developed iboprofen, and whose children are continuing to contribute to the world of science. As he has worked all over the world they were born in different countries,

15:49

What to do

International fantasy, sci-fi and horror movies come to Malaga

SUR IN ENGLISH

This week until 19 November a selection of the best international short films in the fantasy, horror and science fiction genres will be screened at Cine Albéniz theatre in Malaga city centre as part of the Festival de Cine Fantástico. Known as