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Technology/Science news & information for Granada province

The black hole of Andalucía: History seen through a Spanish telescope
Tech & Science Sat, Apr 20, 2019

The black hole of Andalucía: History seen through a...

IT'S NOW 10 days since one of the greatest breakthroughs in space science - the publishing of the first image of a black hole - and our own knowledge of these gigantic, terrifying, bottomless pits has grown...

Granada X4 XTouch named after Alhambra city
Tech & Science Wed, Oct 15, 2014

Granada X4 XTouch named after Alhambra city

A LIMITED edition of the new X4 by XTouch mobile phone will be named after the city of Granada given that its design will mirror the history of the powerful dynasty of Moorish origin. The latest-generation touch-screen...

Saliva reveals stress levels, says Granada University
Tech & Science Sat, Nov 10, 2012

Saliva reveals stress levels, says Granada University

A SALIVA test can show how well a person copes with stress and upset, according to recent research at the University of Granada. By taking a sample of spit, the cortisone levels in the body are revealed during difficult...

Tech & Science Tue, May 20, 2008

Reluctant father caught faking DNA test

Staff from the Genetic Identification department of Granada University have exposed a man who put someone else's saliva inside his mouth to fail a DNA paternity test. Knowing that his ex-girlfriend's child was...

Greatest ever anti-piracy operation in Andalucía
Tech & Science Thu, Apr 29, 2004

Greatest ever anti-piracy operation in Andalucía

The National Police have carried out the greatest ever operation against computer piracy in Andalucía – the second greatest in Spain -, arresting 39 men and seizing thousands of fake copies and recording equipment....

Tech & Science Tue, Apr 6, 2004

100 hours of lessons for computer hacker

Granada Minors’ Court has sentenced a computer hacker to giving 100 hours of I.T. classes as community work for accessing the hard drives of various companies from his home computer in Madrid and causing damages of up...

Tech & Science Mon, Jan 26, 2004

Granada University develops climatic prediction system

Physicists of Granada University have developed a climatic prediction project in Europe, consisting of an analysis of temperatures on the surface of the North Atlantic sea. According to a statement released by the...

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