A paper from the Agronomy Department at the University of Cordoba and Southwest University (China) has advanced in the understanding of influencing factors in the formation of iron oxides that affect a soil's ability to be more agriculturally efficient

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New technology to detect bitter almonds in real time

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Incorporating NIRS technology to almond analysis allows for quantifying amygdalin levels, the compound that causes the nut’s bitter taste, on an industrial scale

 

The University of Cordobas's Agronomy Department (abbreviated to DAUCO in Spanish) reduced the occurrence of Verticillium wilt in a commercial olive plantation by applying an Integrated Disease Management strategy

The polyurethane foams have several industrial uses. Now, a new paper, published on the front page of Polymers, was able to obtain them from biomass in order to avoid using petroleum by-products in their manufacturing

A clinical study with 1002 patients with heart disease shows the advantages of a Mediterranean diet compared to a low-fat diet.

The Bolson tortoise is a species indigenous to the Chihuahua desert in Mexico and is endangered. This research could help with conservation strategies for this species.

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