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The Research Service, in close collaboration with Nebrija University's Communication Department, promotes the dissemination of scientific knowledge that is generated and its transfer to society.

To this end, the publication of scientific dissemination articles is promoted in specialized media (such as The Conversation) and in the general press. This also includes scientific journals and collections and participation in fairs and other events in order to bring science closer to society.


a) Scientific dissemination articles

2022

Próximamente

2021
  • How to avoid tax evasions like that of Rubius, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • The modernism of an almost hundred-year-old Ulysses reaches the 21st century, by Laura de la Parra Fernández.
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  • What time is best to train? Depends on the type of exercise, by David Recuenco Serrano.
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  • Immersive art: What would Velázquez's 'Las Hilanderas' workshop smell like?, by Pablo Alvarez de Toledo Müller.
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  • Spanish speakers recognize 30,000 words on average, by Jon Andoni Duñabeitia.
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  • The risk of social division between vaccinated and unvaccinated people, by Ramón Ortega Lozano (Universidad Nebrija) y Aníbal Monasterio Astobiza, University of the Basque Country.
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  • What do we do with wind farms when their useful life comes to an end?, by Juan José Coble Castro.
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  • Guidelines for the recovery of the Spanish economy, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Education is in danger: the succession of 8 different legislations is already taking its toll on students, by Fernando Tomé Bermejo.
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  • COVID-19: measures and approaches to recover from a complex crisis, by Helena López-Casares Pertusa.
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  • Are you an environmental citizen?, by Alexandra Delgado Jiménez.
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  • Climate change law: towards another unsustainable mobility model , by Roberto Álvarez Fernández.
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  • What legal options are there in the face of the end of the state of alarm in order to contain the pandemic?, by Ignacio Villaverde (University of Oviedo); Octavio Salazar Benítez (University of Cordoba); Victoria Rodríguez-Blanco (Miguel Hernández University); Teresa Martínez Díaz (Universidad Nebrija); Antonio Arroyo Gil (Autonomous University of Madrid); Josefa Cantero Martínez (University of Castilla-La Mancha); Ignacio Álvarez Rodríguez (Complutense University of Madrid); Ricardo Rivero Ortega (University of Salamanca); Naiara Arriola Echaniz (University of Deusto) y Roberto Blanco Valdés (University of Santiago de Compostela).
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  • A celebration without any complexes: the day of geek pride, by María-José Establés.
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  • Where is employment going in Spain?, by Vanessa Izquierdo.
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  • It's not what we say, it's how we say it, by Cristina Herrero Fernández (Universidad Nebrija), Margarita Planelles Almeida (Universidad Nebrija), Susana Martín Leralta (Universidad Nebrija).
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  • Can we trust the border guards, by Susana Raquel de Sousa Ferreira.
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  • Podcasts are also for the summer (and here are some recommendations), by Luis Miguel Pedrero.
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  • Educational resilience: how to get good academic results when everything is against you, by Rubén Fernández-Alonso (University of Oviedo), José Muñiz (Universidad Nebrija), Francisco Javier García Crespo (Complutense University of Madrid).
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  • Do our emotional experiences change depending on the culture and language that surrounds us?, by Marta Gallego-García y Kris Buyse.
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  • How do social networks influence adolescents?, by Mónica Moreno Aguilera.
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  • Thermoacoustics: an amazing technology, by Carmen Iniesta Barberá y Franscisco Javier Aranceta.
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  • Breaking down 'mindfulness' and its practice: are mobile applications useful?, by Bárbara Gil Luciano.
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  • What will happen to solar plants when their useful life comes to an end?, by Juan José Coble Castro.
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  • Why freight transport fails at sustainability, by Alexandra Delgado Jiménez.
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  • The sexualization of girls in online advertising continues, and they don't like it, by Carment Llovet.
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  • Where are workers headed with robotization and artificial intelligence?, by Jessica Bayón Pérez.
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  • Finances for everyday life, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • How scientific is seasonal depression?, by Mónica Morenos Aguilera.
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  • Flipped classrooms have a future after the pandemic: let's invest in teacher training, by Mª Beatriz Juárez Escribano, Diana Valero Errazu y Cristina Villalonga Gómez.
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  • Can willpower be trained?, by Rubén Fernández-Alonso (University of Oviedo), José Muñiz (Universidad Nebrija), Álvaro Postigo Gutiérrez (University of Oviedo), Eduardo García Cueto (University of Oviedo) y Marcelino Cuesta Izquierdo (University of Oviedo).
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  • Could a public power company be the solution to the rise in the price of electricity?, José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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2020
  • Why should the Autonomous State be maintained?,by Teresa Martínez Díaz,
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  • Will the new educational policies get us out of a critical situation?, by Eva Ponte.
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  • How to find work after 50? Going to class, by Andrea Carrera.
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  • What is 'gamification' and why its effectiveness in the classroom is unclear, by Mª Beatriz Juárez Escribano y Diana Valero Errazu.
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  • Coronavirus: health crisis or communication crisis?, by Helena López-Casares Pertusa.
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  • March 8: When Spanish public universities opened its doors to women, by Alicia Alvarado Escudero.
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  • When doctors didn't wash their hands, by Ramón Ortega Lozano.
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  • No se puede curar sin cuidar, por Ramón Ortega Lozano.
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  • COVID-19: Is promoting students to the next grade a gift or an emotional solution?, by Eva Ponte.
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  • COVID-19 and the economy: what kind of normality can we expect?, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Will we be able to kiss and hug again?, by Ramón Ortega Lozano and Ana Carballal Broome.
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  • Without productivity, European agriculture cannot sustain itself, by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • In the face of economic uncertainty, buy gold, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Less urban centers and more countryside: COVID-19 shakes the real estate market, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Five fundamental steps to be understood in English (and it's not grammar), by Stephen Jenkins.
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  • Adam and Eve, Nero, Marie Antoinette and Trump: 'fake news' is fake, but not new, by José Manuel Burgueño.
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  • In times of uncertainty, why does what is "ours" seem better?, by Ana Carballal Broome.
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  • Is the spelling compatible with “hashtags”?, by María Ortiz.
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  • The new normal for gifted students, by Jon Andoni Duñabeitia y Ana Fernández Mera.
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  • The humanization of health during the pandemic, by Ramón Ortega Lozano.
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  • Dismantling the myth of Frida Kahlo, by Amelia Meléndez Táboas.
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  • Is it possible to feel pain without having an injury?, by David Recuenco Serrano.
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  • What is your level of general culture? Challenge yourself with The Big Question, by Jon Andoni Duñabeitia, José Antonio Hinojosa Poveda y Roger Boada Navarro.
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  • COVID-19: from health emergency to economic recession, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • No, not everything has been done before in art, by Emilio López-Galiacho Carrilero.
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  • Coronavirus, crisis and digitization: the reasons behind the merger between CaixaBank and Bankia, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • How to avoid age discrimination in the fight against COVID-19, by Diana Valero Errazu and Guiomar Merodio Alonso.
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  • Why the advance of renewable energies is now unstoppable, by Juan José Coble.
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  • Welcome to the age of disorder, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Dani Rodrik: the winner of the Princess of Asturias award that questions globalization, by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • The coronavirus is a single-minded topic, by Stephen Jenkins.
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  • Beyond vaccines and therapies: we must study the measures against the pandemic and its long-term impact, by Elena García, Gema Escobar y Lara Martínez.
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  • Are you able to clearly recognize a disinformation media?, by Leticia Rodríguez Fernández.
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  • Intersectionality: the way for the administration to assume racial and gender discrimination, by María Caterina La Barberá, Ghufran Khir Allah, Leticia Segura Ordaz, Paloma Caravantes, Sonia Boulos, Julia Espinosa Fajardo y Laura Cassain.
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  • Who uses the computer at home the most? The digital gender gap in Spain, by Rocío Gago Gelado.
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  • Geoeconomics: territorial imbalances and how to tackle them, by Helena López-Casares Pertusa.
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  • Autumn and pandemic: How can we prevent mood disorders?, by Ana Navea Martín.
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  • How do we redesign the cities that emerged from the real estate boom?, by Alexandra delgado Jiménez.
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  • Migrations and borders in the key of justice, by María Caterina La Barberá and Juan Carlos Velasco.
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  • How to have a good level of English without language immersion, by Daniel Martín González.
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  • What to do with the most polluting used cars?, by Roberto Álvarez.
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  • This is how concerns affect our sleep, by Mónica Moreno Aguilera.
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  • How do the Spanish insult?, by Jon Andoni Duñabeitia and María del Carmen Méndez Santos.
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  • How to make the most out of virtual events, by Elena Borau Boira y Eglée Ortega Fernández.
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2019
  • The Surruralism of José Luis Cuerda: four films for one genre, by Jaime Bauzá.
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  • The Internet of things surrounds us, but... do we know how to protect our data?, by Ester María Mocholí Ferrándiz,.
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  • Advertising puts us on the spot, por Gema Barón Dulce.
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  • Female genital mutilations: from criminalization to victimization, by María Caterina La Barbera.
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  • Women scientists have always been there, but they were invisible... until now, by Alicia Alvarado Escudero.
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  • Populism in electoral programs, by Juan de Lucio.
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  • Economic balance of the Government of Pedro Sánchez, or why expenses and income don't match, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • So an Englishman, a German and a Spaniard were talking about the moon..., by Aina Casaponsa y Jon Andoni Duñabeitia.
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  • Indigenous feminism of the colonial era, by Alicia Alvarado Escudero.
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  • Sexist advertising still exists in the 21st century, by África Presol Herrero.
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  • Universal basic income and its application in Spain, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Uncertainty: the worst ally of Spanish companies against Brexit, by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • Foster children: when science helps them integrate, by María Vaíllo.
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  • Is there a rental market bubble?, by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • Tax cuts or more social spending? The economy is also debated in the campaign, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Clock in to prevent overtime: satisfaction or disenchantment?, by Jessica Bayón Pérez.
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  • Europe Day: between the invention of tradition and constitutional patriotism, by Carlos López Gómez.
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  • Sustainable and pedal-powered transportation: a safe electoral bet, by Roberto Álvarez Fernández.
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  • The computer technology of the Apollo missions was a decade ahead of its time, by Juan Antonio Maestro de la Cuerda.
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  • The network of cities committed to human rights is growing: The case of Madrid, por MariaCaterina La Barbera.
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  • Brexit on Halloween: trick or treat?: , by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • Low supply, high demand and high prices: this is the rental market in Spain, by Jorge Hernando Cuñado.
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  • Sentence of the 'procés': Rebellion, sedition and fundamental rights, by Adrián Nicolás Marchal González.
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  • The new digital society needs a updated school, by Jessica Bayón Pérez.
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  • Are free bus lines an effective measure against climate change?, by Roberto Álvarez Fernández.
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  • How do voters' brains work?, by Helena López-Casares Pertusa.
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  • The European Union is waiting on Spain after the November 10 elections, by Victoria Rodríguez Prieto.
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  • How much has digital propaganda influenced elections?, by Leticia Rodríguez Fernández.
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  • The example of Finland to end the vicious circle of poverty in Spain, by José Manuel Muñoz Puigcerver.
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  • Keys, difficulties and benefits of organizing COP25, by Elena Borau Boira.
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  • What will be the most demanded job profiles?, by Jessica Bayón Pérez.
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  • A transitional summit? Lights and shadows of COP25, by Ivanka Puigdueta Bartolomé, Alberto Sanz Cobeña, Roberto Álvarez Fernández, Margarita Mediavilla Pascual, José Luis Postigo Sierra y Mar Campins.
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  • Dictatorship 4.0: the open-air prison of Algeria, by Miguel Oliveros Mediavilla.
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  • Why don't we trust politicians?, by Leticia Rodríguez Fernández.
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2018
  • Do we know how to communicate?, by Rubén Darío Alves López.
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  • Gender violence and the structural causes of inequality, por María Caterina La Barbera.
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  • Article 47 of the Constitution: the right to housing explained to a primary school child, por Ester María Mocholí Ferrándiz.
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  • Audio description: for the future of accessibility, by Nuria Mendoza Domínguez.
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  • Judges and freedom of expression, por Carlos Cachán Alcolea.
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  • Why is it so important for students to mix languages in the classroom?, by Jon Andoni Duñabeitia.
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b) Scientific journals and collections

  • Social Sciences and Humanities Collection
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  • Nebrija Journal of Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching
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c) Other books

  • Spanish, international language: projection and economy, by José Luis García Delgado.
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  • The Spanish economy and the pandemic, by José Luis García Delgado.
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  • Executive functions and learning: experiences in higher education, by Nuria Camuñas Sánchez-Paulete and María Vaíllo Rodríguez.
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