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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 […]

Dissemination Seminar at Campus Gandia on the CPI2020 Activities


Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is set to hold a dissemination seminar on the CPI2020 activities, with the aim of bringing the services offered by this program closer to the Campus Gandia research groups to step up their participation in the European calls. The Seminar is scheduled to take place on […]

“The lack of opportunities for Spanish researchers is a waste of talent,” states Jean-Pierre Sauvage, 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, in Gandia

Jean Pierre Sauvage con investigadoras en quimica del Campus de Gandia UPV

“All the Spanish researchers I have worked with have been excellent,” stated Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, before giving his lecture “Molecular Machines: from Biology To Chemistry”, on March 13th at Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). “All of the Spanish scientists?” “Yes, really, all of them. Some of the best […]

Science news Yearbook 2018

Check out and download a compilation with the most important science news from 2018 of the Campus de Gandia (UPV). The yearbook is sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Research, Culture and Sport of the Generalitat Valenciana. >Download PDF< Science news Yearbook 2018 | Campus de Gandia – Universitat Politècnica de València

Gandia to Host the 1st Artisanal Fishing, Tourism and Region Exhibition in the Mediterranean

The mayor of Gandia, Diana Morant; the president of the Fishermen’s Association, Domingo Ciurana; the professor from the Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València, Miguel Rodilla; and the Councilor for Economic Policy, Alicia Izquierdo, have presented the 1st Artisanal Fishing, Tourism and Region Exhibition of the Mediterranean, taking place from May 14th to 20th […]

The Gender Perspective in Science

The Equality Committee of the Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València organized the conference “Equality: A Path That We Can Travel Together”. The activity forms part of the Campus Gandia program to commemorate March 8, International Women’s Day. According to Eva Mestre, Committee coordinator, the conference wanted to “examine the current situation of women […]

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