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Health - Life Sciences - 13:16
Tailored smart molecules to quickly kill resistant bacteria
Tailored smart molecules to quickly kill resistant bacteria
A team from the Institute for Integrative Systems Biology (I2SysBio, UV-CSIC) develops a strategy for personalised antibiotics that would avoid bacterial resistance and lower the cost of producing antibiotics based on them.

Computer Science - Innovation - 10:16
UPF is leading a European project to improve energy efficiency and savings by the media and audiovisual sector through artificial intelligence
The Emerald project is driven by an interdisciplinary consortium of seven European partners, coordinated by UPF and comprising Trinity College Dublin, the BBC and the following four technology providers: Brainstorm Multimedia, Disguise Systems, FilmLight GmbH, and MOG Technologies.

Environment - 27.03.2023
Sharks and rays in the Mediterranean are threatened by human activities
Sharks and rays in the Mediterranean are threatened by human activities
More than half of the sharks and rays in the Mediterranean are at risk of extinction due to the growing threat of fishing pressure, climate change and pollution.

Media - 27.03.2023
A study by the UPF and the UOC shows that the physical appearance of video game characters affects girls’ body image dissatisfaction
What impact does watching television or playing video games have on body image satisfaction? Does the physical appearance of the characters in series, films and video games have any effect on the self

Research Management - 22.03.2023

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 22.03.2023
UC3M participates in the Madrid es Ciencia Fair 2023
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is taking part in the 12th Madrid es Ciencia Fair on Friday 24th of March in Hall 5 of IFEMA.

Life Sciences - 22.03.2023
Two professors from the University, in the SECrio directive, which studies the effects of low temperatures on materials
University of Valencia professors Daniel Ballesteros and Miguel Éngel Silvestre have participated in the founding of SECrio, a scientific society that studies the effects of low temperatures on biological materials and systems.

Innovation - Life Sciences - 17.03.2023
New European research project, involving UPF, to investigate the effects of music on sleep
The European research project Lullabyte is driven by a consortium of 10 European universities and research centres, coordinated by the University of Dresden.

Politics - 10.03.2023
A study analyzes the notion of spectacle through the figure of Antigone
A research study at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) analyzes the notion of spectacle as an enunciative space that is located beyond mediatic logic.

Health - Law - 10.03.2023
Adrián Todolí leads a study on mental health and digital disconnection in teleworking
Professor Adrián Todolí leads a study on mental health and digital disconnection in teleworking The study -Mental Health, Digital Disconnection and Teleworking.

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 08.03.2023
The miniature melo 'Micromelo undatus', finalist in the Mollusc of the Year competition
The miniature melo ’Micromelo undatus’, finalist in the Mollusc of the Year competition
Recerca Micromelo undatus , a small snail that inhabits shallow waters, is one of the five finalists in the Mollusc of the Yea r contest, an international competition in which scientific teams from all over the world compete with different proposals to sequence the genome of these invertebrates.

Environment - Campus - 07.03.2023
The UB offers a new bachelor’s degree in Geography and Global Change, with sustainability as its central theme
Acadčmic The University of Barcelona will offer, during the 2023-2024 academic year, a degree in Geography and Global Change, a pioneering degree in Catalonia and Spain to train professionals who will contribute to building a more sustainable future.

Campus - 07.03.2023

Health - Life Sciences - 06.03.2023
Gene editing potential treatment for rare muscular dystrophy LGMD D2 developed
Gene editing potential treatment for rare muscular dystrophy LGMD D2 developed
Researchers from the IIS La Fe of Valencia and the Centre for Network Biomedical Research in Rare Diseases (CIBERER), in collaboration with the BIOTECMED Institute of the University of Valencia and t

Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 03.03.2023
Domingo Carlos Salazar, European Microbiology Societies award for the best scientific article in 2022
Domingo Carlos Salazar, biomolecular archaeologist and researcher at the Department of Prehistory, Archaeology and Ancient History of the University of Valencia, has been one of the winners of the aw

Health - Life Sciences - 01.03.2023
The first European festival of films generated using artificial intelligence will take place on 14 June on the Poblenou campus of Pompeu Fabra University, as a prelude to Sónar+D 2023
The first European festival of films generated using artificial intelligence will take place on 14 June on the Poblenou campus of Pompeu Fabra University, as a prelude to Sónar+D 2023
Chagas disease affects approximately 6 million people in Latin America and is one of the leading causes of death in this region.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 01.03.2023

Computer Science - Innovation - 27.02.2023

Research Management - 21.02.2023
UC3M participates in a European research project to reduce gender inequalities in political participation
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is part of a new European research project, named Gender Empowerment through Politics in Classrooms (G-EPIC), which aims to promote political attitudes in girls and young women to reduce gender inequality in this area.

Physics - Event - 21.02.2023
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