• How many digits are there in a multi-digit number? 

      García-Orza, Javier; Álvarez-Montesinos, Juan-Antonio; Montenegro, Ismael R.; Cuadra, Marina (2017-09-15)
      The processing of multi-digit numbers have been usually studied comparing numbers with the same number of digits. In these cases, deciding which number is bigger simply requires comparing the leftmost digit of each number. ...
    • How new technologies can promote an active and healthy city. Digital platform to identify areas of informal sport practise in the city of Malaga 

      Cornax-Martin, Marta; Rosa-Jimenez, Carlos Jesus; Nebot-Gomez-de-Salazar, Nuria; Luque-Gil, Ana María (Archive, 2018)
      In recent years the urban public space has become the largest casual sports infrastructure in cities and suburbs. WHO establishes a direct relationship between the Active Healthy City, social cohesion of communities and ...
    • How secular staganation can affect income class structure in european countries: institutional and policy implications 

      Barcena-Martin, Elena Maria; Pérez Moreno, Elena (2019-07-10)
      In recent years, there has been increasing debate about the low economic growth and the risk of secular stagnation in economically advanced countries. Some authors point out possible links between secular stagnation and ...
    • How to Design a Successful Dissertation 

      Ekinci, Yuksel (2016-11-08)
      La estructura de un trabajo de investigación correspondiente a los estudios de grado, pero sobre todo de máster y doctorado, debe de tener una estructura precisa que guíe al lector a través del documento. El profesor Ekinci ...
    • How to make parents happy with the school and teachers? 

      jerrim, john; Prieto Latorre, Claudia; López Agudo, Luis Alejandro; Marcenaro Guitiérrez, Oscar David (2022)
      Parental satisfaction with their children’s school and teachers have been extensively analysed in the literature. However, most research works do not agree in the set of factors which define this parental satisfaction. ...
    • How to reach compromises in life satisfaction: a conflicting and multidimensional task 

      Oliveira Henriques, Carla; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; López Agudo, Luis Alejandro; Luque-Gallego, Mariano (2019-07-10)
      Recent concerns around the importance of job and life satisfaction on firms’ productivity have been brought to the policy debate in the European Union. Irrespective of the numerous scientific publications that have been ...
    • How to retaing your e-learning students attention? 

      Spada Jiménez, Andrea (2021-06)
      Nowadays, students have numerous tools on the Internet in their hands to search information and to learn in an autonomous way. This doesn’t mean that they acquire quality information comparable to the teachings of a professor ...
    • How to teach chemistry? Is Chemistry a new universal language 

      López-Guerrero, María del Mar; López Guerrero, Gema (2015-09-24)
      Chemistry has been developed greatly throughout the 20th century. Chemistry is included in the curriculum of elementary and secondary education. In general, students are not interested in science, and because ...
    • How to Write a Scientific Article 

      Mondelli, Mario U. (2015-11-24)
      Conferencia del editor de la revista Liver International y ex editor adjunto de Journal of Hepatology sobre cómo redactar un articulo científico.
    • How translators can improve multilingual terminology in a link: teaching case study examples 

      Gómez-Camarero, Carmen; Palomares-Perraut, Rocio (2016-11-30)
      El objetivo de este trabajo consiste en describir un método para enriquecer y mejorar la terminología multilingüe del traductor intérprete de textos especializados en diversas disciplinas desde un único link. El método ...
    • How triathletes hold-ride the bike through boxes during the first transition. A proposal of classification 

      Fernández-Rodríguez, Emilio; Merino-Marban, Rafael; Romero-Ramos, Oscar; April-Cullimore, Jemma (2016-01-12)
      A proposal is submit for the classification referring to the way in which triathletes carry their bicycles into the boxes during the first transition. This area must be covered on foot carrying the bicycle next to you. The ...
    • How triathletes mount their bikes after first transition (T1). A proposal of classification 

      Romero-Ramos, Oscar; Fernández-Rodríguez, Emilio; Merino-Marban, Rafael (2016-11-16)
      A proposal is submit for the classification referring to the different ways in which triathletes mount their bikes to start pedalling. This action happens at the end of the transition area (T1) after having gone across on ...
    • How triathletes mount their bikes after the t1. A proposal of classification 

      Fernández-Rodríguez, Emilio; Romero-Ramos, Oscar; Merino-Marban, Rafael; April-Cullimore, Jemma (2016-01-14)
      A proposal was submitted for the classification referring to the different ways in which triathletes mount their bikes to start pedalling. Triathlon has been, and is being studied at length from different areas of expertise, ...
    • How wind and sun shape trees into fractals? 

      Christophe, Eloy (2018-06-06)
      Trees are self-similar branching structures, hierarchically organized with longer and thicker branches near the roots. With a mechanically-based numerical model, we show how self-similarity can emerge through natural ...
    • HPC Accelerators with 3D Memory 

      Ujaldon-Martinez, Manuel (2016-09-13)
      After a decade evolving in the High Performance Computing arena, GPU-equipped supercomputers have con- quered the top500 and green500 lists, providing us unprecedented levels of computational power and memory bandwidth. ...
    • HSP90 inhibition causes heterochronies in the skull ossification sequences of Pleurodeles waltl (Urodela). Evolutionary implications. 

      López-Unzu, Miguel A.; Durán, Ana C.; Fernández-Corujo, Borja; Sans-Coma, Valentin; Cubo, Jorge (Wiley, 2019-06)
      Heat-shock protein 90 (HSP90) is an ubiquitous chaperone in eukaryotes that facilitates folding of proteins both in normal conditions and in response to environmental stress. In addition, HSP90 is able to buffer genetic ...
    • La huella griega en el Senado de los EE.UU. 

      Martinez-Maza, Maria Clelia (2015-11-03)
      Se estudian los referentes griegos que pueden rastrearse en la articulación de la cámara alta del poder legislativo de Estados Unidos. El número de representantes, el criterio de selección de los delegados, las competencias ...
    • Huellas en la Antártida: Impacto de las actividades humanas en la vegetación briofítica 

      Belén, Albertos (2014-05-02)
      La Antártida es el único territorio del planeta sin nacionalidad, aunque con reclamaciones históricas de soberanía de varios países, en suspenso desde 1961 tras la firma de Tratado Antártico. Es un territorio internacional, ...
    • Huelllas de la melancolía. Salvador Dalí 

      Souviron-Lopez, Maria Begoña (2016-06-30)
      En un congreso interdisciplinar e internacional centrado en los símbolos culturales y su difusión, presento un modelo de análisis de la realidad iconográfica que alcanzará impacto y difusión. El texto que aúna Tradición y ...
    • El Huerto de Uso Docente como herramienta de formación e investigación y un espacio de encuentro en la Universidad 

      Landete-Tormo, Marta Belén; Ferrer-Blanco, Cristina; Sesmero, Rafael; Matas-Arroyo, Antonio Javier; Quesada-Felice, Miguel Angel (2021-01-19)
      Los huertos urbanos a lo largo de su historia han estado fuertemente vinculados a momentos de crisis políticas y económicas. En España, coincidiendo con la crisis financiera del 2007 y el estallido de la burbuja inmobiliaria, ...