Interviews

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  • 01/10/2008

Obtaining cancerous stem cells heralds
significant advances in neurosurgery

On a scale of one to a hundred, in scientific terms how much do we know about the brain say 20. The brain is the least understood organ in the body, yet on the other hand neurosurgery is the most complex speciality due to the extremely complex functioning of the brain....

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  • 01/10/2008

Africa in the spotlight

The cities of Valencia and St Louis (USA) are heading a project which aims to help cure illnesses of the central nervous system which affect children in East Africa. One such disease is hydrocephalus, which in Kenya alone affects some 2,000 children every year. At...

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  • 01/12/2006

Gianluigi Colalucci

Fifty-six years dedicated to restoration is a long time . All the experience acquired by this restorer and form er head of restoration of the Vatican Museums was duly transmitted by him during the herita gerestoration conference held by UNESCO at the Conference Centre...

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  • 01/04/2006

Nicolás Castellanos

What do you think about the 5th Forum of the World Alliance of Cities against Poverty being held here in Valencia? I think the Forum is necessary and urgent, as poverty is nowadays humanity´s most pressing problem. The fact that it is being held in Valencia seems...

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