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The Roman Empire Smelled of Patchouli

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A research team at the University of Cordoba has identified, for the first time, the composition of a Roman perfume more than 2,000 years old thanks tothe discovery of a small vessel of ointment in Carmona.

The Department of Agronomy at the UCO improves, together with the IAS - CSIC, the AquaCrop model by introducing the option of simulating alfalfa yield with precision

A scientific study uses genetic manipulation techniques to reduce the virulence of Fusarium oxysporum, one of the most important pathogens in the world, inflicting millions of dollars in agricultural losses.

A research group at the University of Cordoba characterizes a new transcription factor that regulates, during the ripening of strawberries, the production of anthocyanins responsible for giving them their red hue

According to an international investigation in which the UCO has participated, the best time to apply biopesticides against locust infestations is when they have not yet entered their adult stage

A new study reveals that Nerja is the European cave containing Paleolithic Art in with the most confirmed and recurrent visits during Prehistory

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