The 4th of December has been since 1977 a symbolic date for andalusism due to the historic demonstrations that took place all over Andalusia in 1977 claiming for the autonomy of the region. That day where almost two million of citizens took the streets peacefully ended tragically in Malaga as a young worker, Manuel José García Caparrós, was shot dead after the police intervention. More than forty years later, the Andalusian government has given official recognition to that historic moment declaring the date as ‘Andalusian flag day’ for its importance in the later approval of Andalusia’s statute of autonomy.
Extenda Global 2022, Andalusia’s annual foreign trade event, will be held on 16 and 17 November in Malaga
Extenda Global 2022, the annual event that brings together Andalusia’s foreign sector, will be held once again on 16 and 17 November at the Trade Fair and Congress Centre of Malaga (Fycma). The event, which is the largest international trade meeting organised in the region, will allow, as every year, Andalusian companies to find new business opportunities in the world through the development of B2B meetings with representatives of the markets they are interested in exploring in the 62 countries served by Extenda’s Foreign Network.
The population of the Iberian lynx in Andalusia has reached a new historic record with 522 specimens, a figure that consolidates the community as a benchmark in the conservation of this emblematic species. This is reflected in the census published this Friday, prepared by the staff of the Junta de Andalucía attached to the Iberian Lynx Recovery Plan and members of the CBD-Habitat Foundation, which indicates that the population of this feline has grown by 16 specimens, which is 3.1% more than in 2020.
Researchers from the Fundación Progreso y Salud have published in the journal iScience their latest findings on the potential of the molecule BL001 – discovered and patented by themselves – as a possible therapy for type 1 diabetes, a disease for which there is currently no cure.
From 5 to 7 April, 50 Andalusian agribusiness companies, 47 to be precise, will be taking part in Fruit Logistica, the most important fruit and vegetable fair on the international scene, which is being held in Berlin. Andalusia is attending this event with a new record of agri-food exports in January compared to the same month in 2021.
The ‘SmartFood’ project, promoted by the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, is at the forefront of technology in the primary sector with the launch of the first nanosatellite for earth observation purposes in Andalusia. “The project aims to quantify the impact of agricultural, livestock and fishing activities on biodiversity, in the context of the fight against climate change,” explained regional minister Carmen Crespo.
Researchers at the University of Seville lead the development of an optical technology for the rapid detection of COVID-19
A team of Spanish researchers, coordinated by the University of Seville, has published the first results of detecting the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 using new optical technology. This tool could potentially be used as a rapid and easy-to-implement mass screening method. This new technology, whose first results are reported in the journal Scientific Reports, from […]