cafès científics 26/01/2017 


Pompeu Fabra University runs almost 300 kilometers to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Nineteen athletes belonging to UPF community, among students, administrative and services staff, teachers and researchers, participated on December 17 and 18 in the 24 hours ultra track fund, organized by the association
The biotechnology company ZeClinics receives a grant of 1.87M euros from the European Commission
ZeClinics has been granted the SME Instrument Phase 2 within the European Union's Horizon 2020 framework programme. The grant will allow ZeClinics to develop and accelerate the commercialization of one of its flagship products:  ZeCardio®, a predictive system for the analysis of the cardiovascular effects of drugs during the discovery phase.
Fighting against antibiotics resistance
On 13 December at 18:00 pm, the expert in clinical microbiology Jordi Vila will give a seminar on the state of the art in the fight against resistance to antibiotics in the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park.
Funcas distinguishes research into atherothrombosis
PhD student Rosa Suades has received one of the four Enrique Fuentes Quintana Awards for the best doctoral theses for her work "Role of microparticles in atherothrombosis".
Biomedical Engineering students display their innovative research
Yesterday, 1 December, at the Poble Nou campus auditorium within the framework of the subject "Introduction to Medical Devices and their Design" coordinated by Oscar Camara, professor of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies. A teaching activity enjoying the collaboration of organizations linked to the field of biomedicine.
La Marató de TV3 and the DCEXS fight against obesity and diabetes
Three research projects by our Department will receive aid from La Marató 2015. Scientists Francesc Posas, Cristina López-Rodríguez and Elena Martín are among the 57 researchers awarded.
The National Institute for Health and Safety at Work distinguishes a research paper on the influence of cultural beliefs on health
The Barcelona Award for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Occupational Health and Safety has been given today to Sergio Vargas-Prada for his study on the role played by cultural beliefs on musculoskeletal pain.
Mathematical and computational models, increasingly present in biomedical research
The Department of Experimental and Health Sciences gathered international experts in quantitative biology on the occasion of the "5 th DCEXS Symposium on Quantitative Biology: a systems-level approach to life" on 21 September.
All set for the 5th Symposium of the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences
On Wednesday 21 September, international scientists will gather at the DCEXS to share their findings in the emerging field of quantitative biology.
Barcelona in the spotlight of systems biology
From 16 th to 20 th September, Barcelona hosts the 17 th International Conference on Systems Biology, which will gather together around 700 researchers from 40 different countries.
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