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The University of Bath is a leading UK research university, dedicated to making a positive impact to the world we live in.

The superb facilities and practical support available at the University has created an ethos and environment which inspires a culture of innovation and fresh thinking. The University’s researchers engage closely with industry, the public and policy makers to explore challenging projects that examine the questions and inform the solutions that make a difference to society.

The University of Bath offers innovative and demanding degree programmes to the world’s brightest students, giving them the skills they need to succeed in the most competitive work environments. It is located in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath, UK. The city was established as a Roman spa town and is famous for its spectacular Georgian architecture. The University has been named the best campus university in Britain.

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Civiles resguardadas en un refugio natural de roca y hojarasca. Biblioteca Digital Hispánica - BNE

Guerra Civil Española (1936-1952): una reinterpretación

El autor sostiene que la Guerra Civil no finalizó en 1939, según ha dictado el discurso hegemónico, sino que finalizó 14 años después, en 1952, cuando se desmovilizaron las guerrillas vinculadas al PCE.
This biodegradable plastic bag had plenty of life left in it, even after three years. Lloyd Russell/University of Plymouth

When biodegradable plastic is not biodegradable

Biodegradable bags still strong enough to carry shopping after three years in the ground show that 'biodegradability' isn't all it's cracked up to be.
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Five options for Brexit trade explained

These are the five options for Brexit: Theresa May's withdrawal agreement, staying in the customs union, staying in the single market, the so-called Common Market 2.0 idea or a no-deal Brexit.
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¿Qué ocurriría en la naturaleza si desaparecieran los insectos?

La cantidad de insectos está disminuyendo de manera alarmante, lo que podría significar la extinción en todo el mundo del 40% de las especies en las próximas décadas. ¿Estamos al borde de un "insectoapocalipsis? Tal vez el cambio climático tenga algo que ver con este fenómeno.

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