Researchers in Malaga formulate the first algorithm that calculates lexical richness

Researchers at the University of Malaga have, for the first time, measured lexical richness and vocabulary in oral expression in Spanish. This has been possible thanks to the design of an algorithm guaranteeing very reliable results. One of the conclusions they have reached is that, when we speak, we don’t use more than 2,500 words.

A novel includes tourist routes to relive the story in the streets of Granada

The possibility to relive the scenes of a book by visiting some of the places where the plot unfolds is the opportunity that Victoria Eugenia Muñoz gives us with her new novel ‘Huyendo a Granada‘ (‘Fleeing to Granada’), which includes two tourist routes that pass through some of the most remarkable places visited by the main characters of the book.

App Atalaya3D: the heritage of the Andalusian Universities in your pocket

The University of Granada coordinates the project Atalaya3D, a mobile app  that allows users to discover the most singular art works and buildings that belong to the ten Andalusian public universities. It provides access to pictures, descriptions, videos and 3D reproductions of those pieces or buildings that have been digitalized.