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En el año 2011, el 94% de la población española estuvo expuesta a niveles de contaminación del aire superiores a los recomendados por la Organización Mundial de la Salud, según el informe anual de la calidad del aire presentado hoy en rueda de prensa por Ecologistas en Acción.
En "El País" dedican un reportaje al trabajo de un grupo de la Universidad de Cordoba para la biodepuración del cianuro presente en los residuos provenientes de joyerías, utilizando a la bacteria Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes. La noticia se acompaña de un vídeo.
In 2011, Dunkin' Donuts teamed up with CareerBuilder to shed some light on U.S. coffee consumption in the workplace. After polling 4,700 American workers, they concluded that "some professionals need coffee more than others."
Among those polled, scientists and lab techs were found to be the heaviest coffee drinkers in the country. Anyone who works, or has worked, in science will likely find this result unsurprising. Science, after all, is a 24-hour job. Experiments often run on timelines that are in every way at odds with the circadian rhythms of a normal human being — or any other creature, for that matter. Many scientists work under crushing pressure to publish results before competing labs or research groups. Limited funding requires researchers to put in countless hours writing grant proposals when they could be doing science. (It's not that they're writing grants instead of doing science, by the way. They're writing grants and doing science.)
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