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Chemistry
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A giant fullerene system inhibits the infection by an artificial ebola virus N. Martín and B. Illescas

The team has achieved an unprecedented goal: connecting twelve fullerenes, each one endowed with ten sugar moieties, to other central fullerene, thus mimicking the presentation of carbohydrates surrounding the ebola virus. / N. Martín & B. Illescas

History
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Malaspina's expedition sails away from CadizWEARBEARD

La expedición Malaspina zarpa de Cádiz hace 225 años, / Sinc

Life Sciences
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New species of beetle in the world’s deepest caveJosé Antonio Peñas.

Ilustración de Duvalius abyssimus. / Sinc - José Antonio Peñas.

Power technology
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The first nuclear plant starts operatingWearbeard

La primera central nuclear cumple 60 años. / SINC

Innovation
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David Horna (right) in Aglaris Cell's labs. / PCMPCM

David Horna (right) in Aglaris Cells labs. / PCM

Life Sciences
An image of a Mediterranean tarantula, Lycosa hispanica / Eva de Mas
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Tarantulas’ personality determines whether they copulate with males or cannibalize themEva de Mas

An image of a Mediterranean tarantula, Lycosa hispanica / Eva de Mas

Clinical Sciences
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Roberto Bolaño

PHOTO GALLERY. Roberto Bolaño, the Chilean writer, posed a race against the clock to finish his novel 2666 while he awaited a liver transplant. / UAM