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14:04

LifeStyle

Science teacher leaves school for six-month run across Europe

Jennie Rhodes vÉLEZ-MALAGA

Aleks Kashefi, a science teacher from Buxton in Derbyshire, passed through Vélez-Málaga last Friday, on the final leg of his 6,200-kilometre solo adventure to run the entire length of Europe, a distance of almost 150 ultra-marathons. He completed

10:39

Local

New method estimates cave drawings to be 20,000 years old

Eugenio Cabezas Nerja

...in an article in the Journal of Archaeological Science, which is already available online with the title, 'New perspectives for 14C dating of parietal markings using CaCO3 thin layers: An example in Nerja cave (Spain). The journal itself will come out

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

16:15

Local

Free entry to Malaga's museums and monuments this Sunday

Pilar Martínez

La Coracha, Museo Nacional de Aeropuertos y Transporte Aéreo (next to Malaga airport), Principia science centre, Ecomuseo Lagar de Torrijos (Montes de Málaga natural park) and Museo de Arte Flamenco Peña Juan Breva. Monuments and other attractions:

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,

13:58

Opinion

Investor's Guide

ANDREW J. LINN

There is no country where restaurants are not falling like nine pins, so it is not rocket science to predict that no new ones are likely to open in the foreseeable future. Traditionally most restaurant projects have relied on private investment. No

16:37

Gibraltar

Staff at three Gibraltar schools accredited as Climate Change teachers

Debbie Bartlett

Seven teachers at Bayside, Westside and St Bernard's Upper Primary schools have now been accredited as Climate Change teachers. The course includes topics such as climate change science, gender and the environment, children and climate change,

14:53

Opinion

Come on, trace me

ANA BARREALES

...obstacles in the way of getting a diagnosis, to think that everyone is going to self-isolate at the slightest sign of a symptom, while they wait patiently for someone to contact them, sounds like science fiction. Especially as a lot of people have to work

14:50

Opinion

Spend it wisely

Mark Nayler

...would have been far more encouraging if Sánchez had announced that some of the EU Covid recovery money was going to science and research, in order that his government's handling of the virus can be properly examined by the people qualified to do so -