Nadala 2014

News & events

News & events

12.12.2014
UPF remains the most competitive university in the Catalan system both regarding attracting funding and the quality of its scientific output
The Catalan Association of Public Universities (ACUP) presents the third edition of a report evaluating various indicators of research and innovation at system level.
12.12.2014
INTERVIEW with Jordi Albiol, alumni UPF: "As in any grief, at the end of a business project you need some time to recover before facing new challenges?
Jordi Albiol was part of the first year group to graduate in Law at UPF (1994), and he recently attended a meeting on the Ciutadella campus to mark the twentieth anniversary of their graduation. Today, he is a partner in the law firm Rosaud Costas Duran, where he is responsible for its Bankruptcy Law Department.
05.12.2014
INTERVIEW with Arcadi Navarro: "It's thrilling that goodwill can make achievements like establishing the EGA in Barcelona possible"
Arcadi Navarro Cuartiellas is an ICREA (Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies) research professor, director of the Evolutionary Genomics Research Group at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (established by the Spanish National Research Council and UPF), and a team leader at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG). He has been in charge of the European Genome-phenome Archive (EGA) project in Barcelona since 2013.
03.12.2014
Roderic Guig participates in the sequencing of the centipede genome
The scientists sequenced the genome of Strigamia maritima, a northern European centipede, as part of a study published in the journal PLOS Biology. This study improves knowledge of the evolution and diversification of the mandibulate arthropods.
02.12.2014
Humans and Mice: Similar enough for studying disease and different enough to give us new clues about evolution
An international consortium including researchers from the Centre for Genome Regulation led by Roderic Guig has presented an exhaustive description of the mouse's functional genome elements and their comparison with the human genome. The results will be published on November 20 in four articles in the journal  Nature as well as others in various different scientific publications.
28.11.2014
Erasmus grants for service and administrative staff: first-rate training
Erasmus European mobility grants for service and administrative staff, which UPF has been offering since the academic year 2013-2014, combine professional development and internationalization.
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