The University of Cordoba has developed a project that allows for the creation underwater 3d virtual reconstructions using pictures of the bottom of the sea. These reconstructions can be used to study and acquire deeper knowledge about these natural spaces.
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Maths to increase the success rate of liver transplants
Researchers from the University of Cordoba and the Reina Sofia Hospital have created an assignation model that matches liver transplant donors and recipients. This new model is more accurate when determining the compatibility between them and has a precision of 92%. This way, the chances of success are increased.
Using mathematics and biology to predict the future of plants in the face of climate change
Researchers from the University of Cordoba have found a mathematical formula to profile the inside of plant leaves, and consequently predict the plants’ behaviour in the face of climate change. They have shown that the resulting rate of this formula determines the pattern that the plant cells will follow to adapt to climate change.
Electronic sensors to know the causes of the extinction of bees
Climate change, the action of man, viruses, mites and the most dangerous of all, a parasite called varroa, are causing the extinction of bees. To give a solution to this problem, researchers of the Apiculture Unit at the ceiA3 Agro-Food International Excellence Campus have developed a new electronic system based in sensors that permits monitoring temperature […]