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60% of Spanish Families Rate Teachers “Very Good” or “Outstanding” for Their Online Teaching Efforts and Implication

Researchers from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) are conducting a study gain insight into Spanish family perception of the online education their children are receiving. The study focuses exclusively on primary and secondary education, with one conclusion standing out from the preliminary results: Spanish families have very high opinions of the […]

Arrhythmia and COVID-19, Increased Risk

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is an abnormal heart rhythm, also known as arrhythmia. This condition is the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia seen in clinical practice overall, since it affects more than 9 million people throughout Europe and approximately one million people in Spain. It is prevalent in 1.5-2% of the general population and it increases […]

Science and Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Research does not stop during the COVID-19 pandemic. Science is as necessary as ever, but now it is urgent in order to stop the spread of the disease, to seek its treatment and to prevent it. It is urgent, but many of the processes such as clinical trials for vaccines will take time. Here at […]

Four Young Researchers Join Campus Gandia

Juan González, Enrique Ramis, Blanca Feliu and Neus Montoro have recently been recruited by Campus Gandia thanks to the implementation of the Youth Guarantee in RDI program, promoting youth employment. An action that is part of the State Subprogram for Incorporation, part of the umbrella of the State Program for the Promotion of Talent and […]

2019 in 10 images

A review of some of the highlights of the year in research and science on Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València. More than 1,000 Girls and Boys Benefit from the Initiative “Bring a Female Scientist to School” Sensors, Computer Applications and New Surgical Techniques Applied to Medicine Among the 20 Projects Selected in […]

The UPV Participates in the EDIHOSP Project that Aims to Implement the European Standard in 22 hospitals in Portugal and Hungary

The Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is one of the partners in the recently launched EDIHOSP project, whose the objective is to promote the integration of electronic invoicing in European hospitals. According to Teresa Magal, member of the Center for Research in Graphic Technologies and a professor at the Higher Technical School of Design Engineering […]

Campus Gandia UPV Has a Yearly Impact of 25 Million Euros on the Safor

Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València has a total economic impact of more than 37 million euros per year, 25 million of which have an impact on the Safor. This is the result of the study carried out by researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de València, Lluís Miret and Manela Fernández, and by […]

Carlos de Hita at the UPV Gandia Campus: “My work is not neutral, I try to alert people to the crisis we are undergoing.”

The naturalist and sound technician, Carlos de Hita, author of the recently published book Viaje visual y sonoro por los bosques de España (Visual and Audio Journey Through the Forests of Spain), BBVA Foundation Award for Biodiversity Conservation, in the category of Knowledge Dissemination and Communication in Biodiversity Conservation in Spain for 2016, live sound […]

I Want to Go into Research! Where Do I Start?

The school term has already begun, and the students in their final year are beginning to realize that they will soon be transitioning from being students whose main concern is passing their final exams, to joining the ranks of the increasingly large group of professionals entering the work force in search of a job. The […]

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