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The study provides new lines of research for therapeutic possibilities to tackle Dengue, Hepatitis C and Zika virus infections. The study, led by Miguel Ángel Valverde, has been published today in Nature Communications.
Tolerance to ambiguity is a key factor that determines the social decisions of cooperation among people
According to a study published on 12 June in the journal Nature Communications by Marc-Lluís Vives, a researcher of the Center for Brain and Cognition, together with Oriel FeldmanHall, a researcher in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences of Brown University (USA).
The public perceives the use of neuroenhancement technologies in the fields of education and employment with expectation and caution
Researchers led by the London School of Economics and Political Science have published an article about what the general population thinks about the use of neuroenhancement. The study is part of the European project NERRI.
With a very high sensitivity also for other types of dysplasia, it marks a diagnostic breakthrough as a result of the MiWEndo project, the details of which are published by researchers of the Physense and SIMBIOsys research groups, within BCN MedTech, in collaboration with researchers from the UPC and Hospital Clínic of Barcelona, in the journal Medical Physics.
Yesterday the final of the competition was held in which doctoral students from twelve Catalan universities explained their research to the general public in four minutes.
The Music Technology Research Group and the European Research Council have organized the European Research Music Conference, a showcase for projects funded by the European Commission related to music in all fields: musicology, music technology, as well as artificial intelligence, neuroscience and cognition applied to music. It is to take place in the auditorium of the Poblenou campus. Admission is free but prior registration is required.
Aïda Solé-Auró, a researcher with the Department of Political and Social sciences at UPF, has led research published in the European Journal of Public Health. The study examines gender differences in life expectancy at fifty years of age, comparing sixteen European countries.
Such is the proposal of a study led by Salvador Soto Faraco, ICREA researcher and member of the Center for Brain and Cognition, together with Juana Castro Santa, alumna of the master’s degree in Brain and Cognition, and Filippos Exadaktylos, a researcher linked to the UAB, in a paper recently published in the journal Scientific Reports.
A study recommends integrating Roma models in teaching and to analyse the underlying reasons for school failure among this community
The project "Vakeripen", drefted by GRITIM-UPF, in collaboration with Rromane Siklǒvne association and Pere Closa Private Foundation, has been based on workshops and dialogue sessions with families and teachers from different residential areas in the metropolitan area of Barcelona considered marginal.
A study by the Economy and Health Research Centre (CRES-UPF) and the Department of Economics and Business at UPF published in the Journal of Health Economics provides further evidence of a causal link between unplanned cesareans and the health of the newborn.
Applicable to the clinical diagnosis of brain and psychiatric diseases, it has been developed by Vicente Pallarés, Andrea Insabato, Anna Sanjuán and Matthieu Gilson, researchers of the Center for Brain and Cognition, led by ICREA researcher Gustavo Deco, with international participation, recently published in the journal NeuroImage.
The TIDE research group, directed by Davinia Hernández-Leo, is studying the impact of the application of active learning methodologies via the Integrated Learning Design Environment (ILDE) platform and has recently published a paper in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.
Hipertext.net, academic journal of the DigiDoc research group, is celebrating its 15 years with novelties
In digital format and directed by Pere Freixa, professor with the Department of Communication, the publication embarks on a new season and one of the novelties is that it will now be biannual. Issue 16, available in open access, has been published this month of May..
Today, 18 May 2018, second anniversary of UPF Art Track, and coinciding with International Museum Day, this tour of the artistic heritage of PompeuFabra University becomes part of the Google Arts & Culture Art Project, with two digital exhibitions.