University of Sevilla

University of Sevilla

University of Sevilla   link Andalucía
Calle San Fernando, 4, 41004 Sevilla


Discovery of a mechanism for bacterial adaptation to certain antibiotics

Health - Jul 11

Researchers from the Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla- IBiS, the University of Seville and the Virgen Macarena University Hospital publish a study that explores in depth the mechanisms that block the development of resistance in bacteria. The research team of the 'Microbial resistance and complex infections' group of the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville-IBiS, together with researchers from the Department of Microbiology of the University of Seville and the Virgen Macarena University Hospital, have published a study in which a differential response of pathogenic bacteria to certain antibiotics is observed.

Prehistoric craftsmen created fake amber beads

History & Archeology

A US research team unveils this practice, which was intended to meet the demand in places where amber was scarce.

The renovation of the roofs of the University Church of the Annunciation enters its final phase.

History & Archeology

The rector of the University of Seville, Miguel Ángel Castro, visited the building and was interested in the final adjustments that have made it possi

The theater program ’Estrénate’ fills the CICUS with emerging proposals.

Art and Design

The works were selected from 215 applications, most of which were of high quality.

Environment - Jun 19

An exhibition unites several disciplines on the need to protect marine ecosystems


The exhibition, inspired by themes proposed by marine biologists, will go to Austria in September and to Barcelona in October.

Environment - Feb 13

Peak flowering in Doñana is brought forward by 22 days due to climate change


A team from the University of Seville has analyzed the evolution in the flowering date of fifty plant species during the last 35 years in the Doñana National Park.

Politics - Jan 30

Implementing the European Open Data Policy in Archaeology


US researchers launch PEPAdb (Prehistoric Europe's Personal Adornment database), an online and accessible tool with data on personal adornment items in recent prehistory.