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Aproveitando que temos algo máis de tempo para a lectura nestes días de lecer, recomendo estes libros de neuroeducación.
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Presentación do proxecto para recuperar a memoria de Man de Camelle http://www.mandecamelle.com
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Google lanza Drive para Educación, con almacenamiento ilimitado http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/WwwhatsNew/~3/E1TzN96hpLc/story01.htm
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Google quiere seguir mejorando la experiencia de la comunidad escolar llevándola al siglo XXI con sus soluciones tecnológicas, librando a los propios
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Fantástica exposición de Antón Sobral e Enrique Tenreiro en Cabo Vilán, Camariñas, A Coruña. Ata o 30 de xaneiro

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Keep calm!
As history's worst Ebola outbreak produces its first case on U.S. soil, experts explain how Ebola is spread.
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The farthest star that we can see under the best of conditions is probably about 4000 light years away, though we can, of course, see collections of stars much farther away, such as the Andromeda galaxy. The pic should read "within the yellow circle," as the circle is the boundary of stars we can see with the naked eye. 

Our Milky Way galaxy is 100,000 light years across; and since we are about half way out from the center (the sun is in the center of the yellow circle), we're 25,000 light years from both the center and edge of our galaxy. The sun revolves around that bright oval center of the galaxy just as the Earth revolves around the sun, except that one galactic year lasts over 222 million Earth years. This means that while the sun is 4.6 billion Earth years old, in galactic years it's only 20 years old, and it will probably die in its early 40's.

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