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Eisai and Bial Announce Partnership Agreement for the European Commercialisation of the Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R)

...utical company and is based in S. Mamede do Coronado, Portugal. It is the partner of choice for many companies, having a strong presence in the iberian peninsula as well as in over 10 countries in Latin America and in around 20 French or Portuguese speaking African countries. Bial is strongly c...

One-sixth of Europe's Mammals Face Extinction, Warns Conservation Experts

... the Habitats Directive. Worst affected is the handful of European mammals classed as 'critically endangered', the most serious category. The iberian lynx, for example, is the world's most endangered big cat only an estimated 150 are thought to remain. The Arctic fox and European mink face similar ...

The Science of Solar Eclipse

...meter of the Sun's disk. On Monday, October 03, an annular eclipse of the Sun will be visible from within a narrow corridor, which traverses the iberian Peninsula and stretches across the African continent. A partial eclipse will be seen in area including Europe, western Asia, the Middle East, India an...
Iberian in Medical Technology

Data Demonstrates Long-Term Reduction In Seizure Frequency With Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R)

...utical company and is based in S. Mamede do Coronado, Portugal. It is the partner of choice for many companies, having a strong presence in the iberian peninsula as well as in over 10 countries in Latin America and in around 20 French or Portuguese speaking African countries. BIAL is strongly c...
Iberian in Biological News

New computer applications allow to classify Iberian pig meat automatically

This release is available in Spanish . Fast identification of animal meat for human consumption is especially interesting as it is a guarantee of quality for consumers and producers. Consumption of Iberian pig meat is traditional in Spain as an exponent of good taste and maximum gastronom...

Rodent fossils allows to determine climate of the Iberian Peninsula 6 million years ago

This release is available in Spanish . How did the rodents which inhabited the south of the Iberian Peninsula live six million years ago" The researcher of the UGR Raef Minwer-Barakat has attempted to answer this question through his doctoral thesis "Rodents and insectivorous of Upper T...

New population of Iberian lynx raises hope, says World Wildlife Fund

Madrid, Spain - Spanish authorities have announced they have discovered a previously unknown population of Iberian lynx, triggering hope for one of the worlds most endangered cat species, said World Wildlife Fund today. We are excited and amazed by this discovery, said Luis Suarez, head of WWFs...

Climate change was the cause of Neanderthal extinction in the Iberian Peninsula

Climate ?and not modern humans ?was the cause of the Neanderthal extinction in the Iberian Peninsula. Such is the conclusion of the University of Granada research group RNM 179 - Mineralogy and Geochemistry of sedimentary and metamorphic environments, headed by professor Miguel Ortega Huertas and w...

The Prestige oil spill caused changes in the cell structure of mussels

...sis at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) has studied the consequences of this spill for the mussels inhabiting this northern coast of the iberian peninsula. The author of the PhD thesis is the biologist Ms Larraitz Garmendia Altuna, who entitled her work, Monitoring of the biological effects...

Researchers document world's mammals in crisis

...ons of more than 1,700 scientists, the researchers state that 188 mammals are in the highest threat category of "critically endangered," including the iberian Lynx ( Lynx pardinus ), which has a population of just 84 to 143 adults and has continued to decline due to a shortage of its primary prey, the Europe...

Isotope analysis reveals foraging area dichotomy for Atlantic leatherback turtles

...o groups: one fed in the high latitudes of the North Atlantic's pelagic zone, the other in the low latitudes of the North Atlantic off the African and iberian coasts. The existence of these two distinct feeding areas remains to be confirmed over the long run (through the observation of sea turtles), but thes...

New study changes conditions for Spanish brown bears

... Brown bears from the iberian Peninsula are not as genetically different from ot...ears from prehistoric material, primarily from the iberian Peninsula. Some of the material was as much as 80...ds, there has been a flow of genes to and from the iberian Peninsula throughout most of the time brown bears ...

Indigenous water frogs under threat

...idibunda), which normally occurs only in Eastern Europe, has the potential to crowd out indigenous species like Grafs hybrid frog (Rana grafi) and the iberian water frog (Rana perezi). The scientists believe this ability is related to the fact that the marsh frog lives longer and grows faster than the indige...

Diminishing dinosaur steps saved by laser and laptop

...ientific interest. Dr Manning was part of the UNESCO team who initially evaluated the trackway localities in Northern Spain, as part of a pending iberian Peninsula World Heritage Site application. Although the footprints are imprinted in a vertical cliff face, the surface the dinosaurs travelled ac...
Iberian in Biological Technology

Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R) Approved in the European Union

...utical company and is based in S. Mamede do Coronado, Portugal. It is the partner of choice for many companies, having a strong presence in the iberian peninsula as well as in over 10 countries in Latin America and in around 20 French or Portuguese speaking African countries. Bial is strongly c...

DNA Testing Systems Inks Agreement with DNAPrint Genomics

...2.0 uses discoveries in genetic markers and human migration to determine an individual's proportion of ancestry in five parts of Europe, including the iberian Peninsula. According to Yates, "We are finding that many people who think they are exclusively English, Irish and Scottish have a large element of S...
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