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¡¿El polen está vivo?! No. Hablamos del movimiento browniano

En 1827, el biólogo y botánico Robert Brown observó en el microscopio granos de polen suspendidos en agua. El agua parecía estar quieta pero el polen se movía.
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Create your Own Organic Garden

We all like to be surrounded by greenery at home. Plants fill our environment with aromas and colour, and improve its quality. They 're very grateful beings: the more you look after them, the better they’ll grow and the more colourful they’ll be. Besides, from time to time, many of them will give you gifts as flowers, fruits and vegetables. Creating an urban garden can be a good way to spend time with your family and teach young children about care, consistency and collaborative work. But it’s a lot more than that. It’s also a great responsibility.
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Write Life in Four Letters

A C G T. With these four letters you can write the book of life. All the instructions a cell needs to work, all we are and a lot of what we’ll be is a 6 trillion letter code, figuratively, A C G T.
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Analyse Martian Rocks

Can you imagine you’re an astronaut on an important interplanetary mission? Sure you can. Let's say you've already put on your space suit and you're on the spaceship, at a breakneck speed, heading to a mysterious planet with a task in hand. NASA sends you to Mars to help its best robot collect soil samples. He’s alone and needs your help. To do so, you must discover how Curiosity, which is the name of your new technological partner, works and follow the steps to discover new important information to send back to Earth.
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Get to Know your Brain

Can you paint music? What happens to our brain when we get a sugar binge? Why do we feel so excited about football or sad when we see a friend crying? Test your neurones with the UMH CSIC Neuroscience Institute's mini-talks.