An international team has developed three-dimensional models of the bite of the world's largest living amphibian, the Chinese giant salamander, an endangered animal. Understanding how this species hunts not only broadens the knowledge of its biology but can also help in reconstructing how early tetrapods and extinct amphibians fed.
Researchers from the UAB have managed to produce electrical energy and hydrogen efficiently from the sewage treatment process. The proposed system uses bacteria which consume organic matter and produce electric current, thereby enabling the production of hydrogen. The results point to an industrial scale development of this technology.
Is the European Union a complex of regional security in relation to the threats of Islamic terrorism and weapons of mass destruction? This is the main question of a doctoral thesis which has analysed the strategic and security practices of certain actors with regional capacity, such as the EU and NATO, as well as France, UK, Spain, Italy and Germany.
A new study about the gender differentiation in the use of forest products in various regions of the world indicates that men and women in rural livelihoods contribute almost equally to the value of family income from unprocessed forest products, although there are strong differences in this aspect among regions of Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America.
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