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Computer Applications in Engineering Education ; : 12, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1777530

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Virtual laboratories have successfully proven to be very versatile and intuitive when simulating experiments in science, biotechnology, and engineering. These tools must complement the experiments carried out in real labs or pilot plants. This study describes the creation of a virtual laboratory through the Easy JavaScript Simulation platform. A web-based simulation of an enzymatic stirred-tank bioreactor has been built using a dynamic model. This simulation reproduces the behavior of a continuous bioreactor, including the deviations of ideal mixing conditions as by the use of an in tanks-in-series model for nonideal flow. This article describes the continuous dynamic model in a stirred tank bioreactor, as well as the operation of a tool capable of carrying out virtual practice with students. Practice scripts have been developed that should be used by students during the practical classes. This interactive tool is powerful and useful to develop many experiments by varying the different input parameters, saving time and resources. In addition, the tool allows following teaching sessions in specific situations such as the health situation derived from the pandemic caused by COVID-19.

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Human Arenas ; 2020.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1095772

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Spaniards born in a democracy have no recollection of living through war and what it entails. We can only access those memories via mediation, by listening to our relatives who were there, whose stories we become witnesses to, and which ultimately become our own collective witnessing. The remembrance of the Spanish Civil War passed on to us in this manner is a contested legacy, a complex combination of affects and mediated memories, coming from offline—as in conversations with our elders—and online—such as archival footage—resources. Experiencing war firsthand left indelible marks in our forebearers’ minds. Now the elderly must face this violent “war” and “postwar” rhetoric with the potential retraumatization it may cause. Not capable to understand why media and government officials alike call for heroes to resist and fight the crisis, a discourse heavily imbued with emotions and battlefront references does little to assuage citizens’ fears. Perpetual news reels on the number of dead per day worsen the psychological strain of a person in lockdown, akin to that of prison inmates, more so if that person endured an actual war and its aftermath. What might be done to lessen such harmful impacts? How can we change the narrative and make it more humane? © 2020, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

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Roeker, L. E.; Scarfo, L.; Chatzikonstantinou, T.; Abrisqueta, P.; Eyre, T. A.; Cordoba, R.; Prat, A. M.; Villacampa, G.; Leslie, L. A.; Koropsak, M.; Quaresmini, G.; Allan, J. N.; Furman, R. R.; Bhavsar, E. B.; Pagel, J. M.; Hernandez-Rivas, J. A.; Patel, K.; Motta, M.; Bailey, N.; Miras, F.; Lamanna, N.; Alonso, R.; Osorio-Prendes, S.; Vitale, C.; Kamdar, M.; Baltasar, P.; Osterborg, A.; Hanson, L.; Baile, M.; Rodriguez-Hernandez, I.; Valenciano, S.; Popov, V. M.; Garcia, A. B.; Alfayate, A.; Oliveira, A. C.; Eichhorst, B.; Quaglia, F. M.; Reda, G.; Jimenez, J. L.; Varettoni, M.; Marchetti, M.; Romero, P.; Grau, R. R.; Munir, T.; Zabalza, A.; Janssens, A.; Niemann, C. U.; Perini, G. F.; Delgado, J.; San Segundo, L. Y.; Roncero, M. I. G.; Wilson, M.; Patten, P.; Marasca, R.; Iyengar, S.; Seddon, A.; Torres, A.; Ferrari, A.; Cuellar-Garcia, C.; Wojenski, D.; El-Sharkawi, D.; Itchaki, G.; Parry, H.; Mateos-Mazon, J. J.; Martinez-Calle, N.; Ma, S.; Naya, D.; Van der Spek, E.; Seymour, E. K.; Vazquez, E. G.; Rigolin, G. M.; Mauro, F. R.; Walter, H. S.; Labrador, J.; De Paoli, L.; Laurenti, L.; Ruiz, E.; Levin, M. D.; Simkovic, M.; Spacek, M.; Andreu, R.; Walewska, R.; Perez-Gonzalez, S.; Sundaram, S.; Wiestner, A.; Cuesta, A.; Broom, A.; Kater, A. P.; Muina, B.; Velasquez, C. A.; Ujjani, C. S.; Seri, C.; Antic, D.; Bron, D.; Vandenberghe, E.; Chong, E. A.; Lista, E.; Garcia, F. C.; Del Poeta, G.; Ahn, I.; Pu, J. J.; Brown, J. R.; Campos, J. A. S.; Malerba, L.; Trentin, L.; Orsucci, L.; Farina, L.; Villalon, L.; Vidal, M. J.; Sanchez, M. J.; Terol, M. J.; De Paolis, M. R.; Gentile, M.; Davids, M. S.; Shadman, M.; Yassin, M. A.; Foglietta, M.; Jaksic, O.; Sportoletti, P.; Barr, P. M.; Ramos, R.; Santiago, R.; Ruchlemer, R.; Kersting, S.; Huntington, S. F.; Herold, T.; Herishanu, Y.; Thompson, M. C.; Lebowitz, S.; Ryan, C.; Jacobs, R. W.; Portell, C. A.; Isaac, K.; Rambaldi, A.; Nabhan, C.; Brander, D. M.; Montserrat, E.; Rossi, G.; Garcia-Marco, J. A.; Coscia, M.; Malakhov, N.; Fernandez-Escalada, N.; Skanland, S. S.; Coombs, C. C.; Ghione, P.; Schuster, S. J.; Foa, R.; Cuneo, A.; Bosch, F.; Stamatopoulos, K.; Ghia, P.; Mato, A. R.; Patel, M..
Blood ; 136:14, 2020.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1088505
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