Researchers from the University of Almeria have developed a system to analyse the amount of livestock drugs in babyfood preparations, and have been surprised at the findings of the new system. The quantities are very small, but in milk powder and in meat-based baby food, residues of drugs given to livestock were found, confirm the University. Antibiotics, such as tilmicosine, or antiparasitic drugs, such as levamisole, are given to livestock in order to avoid illness, Continue reading Almeria University finds livestock drugs in baby food and develops a way to measure contamination levels
An interesting study by the UAL (Almeria University) has revealed the hidden benefits of the immigrant to the economy in Almería. A three year investigation, which started off just trying to work out how to calculate the benefits and costs, has revealed that 52,000 immigrant workers in the province generated 140 million euros worth of tax in 2006, or around 2,700€ a year per immigrant. For Andalucia as a whole, the immigrant economy brings in Continue reading Just what are immigrants worth in Almería?
Controversy from the henna wearing ones as the University of Almería signed a contract with Taurino businessman Oscar Martinez to start a class in bullfighting and the culture, history and art associated with it. The course will offer a whole range of studies, from dance to popular culture to legal and moral aspects of bullfighting culture.