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Founded in 1583, the University of Edinburgh is one of the world’s top universities. It is globally recognised for its research, development and high-quality teaching, attracting some of the world’s leading thinkers to work and study. The University is one of the UK’s top five universities for research and its academics’ research achievements have global implications. Its scientists created Dolly the Sheep, the first mammal to be genetically cloned from an adult cell. The University developed the first genetically engineered hepatitis B vaccine, pioneered the first automated industrial assembly robot, and devised technology used in today’s smartphones. It is working towards many more historic firsts. With one of the most diverse populations of any Scottish University, two thirds of the world’s nationalities are represented in a student body of more than 31,000


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El presidente del Gobierno de España, Pedro Sánchez, junto a los titulares de las carteras de Transición Ecológica, de Industria, Comercio y Turismo, de Ciencia e Innovación, y de Universidades, y otras autoridades del ámbito de la investigación, durante la presentación del Plan de choque por la Ciencia y la Innovación en
La Moncloa, Madrid, el 9 de julio de 2020.
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Qué puede (y debe) aprender la política científica española de la pandemia

Estas propuestas pretenden mejorar el sistema científico español para que salga reforzado de la crisis actual y esté mejor preparado para la siguiente.
In ads in women’s weekly mothers have gone from guided by experts to gaining expertise, all the while still limiting maternal knowledge to the domestic sphere. Shutterstock

Keeping mum in the kitchen – representations of mothers in ads haven’t changed in six decades

Ads depicting mothers in the UK and Australia between 1950 and 2010 continue to limit maternal knowledge to the domestic sphere and reinforce gender stereotypes of 'professional' expertise


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