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Women and Science

Ecohydrological-Based Forestry Ideal for Mediterranean Forest Management

A study carried out by researchers from The Research Institute of Water and Environmental Engineering (IIAMA), with the participation of Campus Gandia research scientists, has determined that ecohydrological-based forestry is the most suitable for forest management of Mediterranean forests, especially in water-scarce scenarios. The research is based on the consideration that current forest management practices in […]

New Book Collects 20 Years of Research in Tourism from Campus Gandia

The Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (UPV) has joined in the celebration of  the 2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development sponsored by the United Nations Organization, with the presentation of the book Sustainable Tourism and Heritage. Tools for Value-Enhancement and Planning. The book gathers the knowledge accumulated during more than 20 years of research in […]

Young Researchers from Campus Gandia Awarded for their Work in Acoustic

The Spanish Acoustic Society has awarded the 2017 Andres Lara Young Researcher Award to Manuel Parrilla Navarro, who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications Systems, Sound and Image Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Acoustic Engineering from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València. The Prize was awarded during the 2017 Tecniacústica International Symposium, […]

“Female Researchers’ Night” Highlights the Role of Women in Science

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On September 29th, for the first time ever the city of Valencia celebrated the “European Researcher’s Night“, a project promoted by the European Commission that aims to showcase the most human side of scientific research. In the case of Valencia, the local organization also wanted the celebration to raise social consciousness, therefore a total of […]

Female Engineers: Hidden Figures?

STEM degrees (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) are increasingly in demand in a world marked by the digital revolution. Monica Bragado, Industrial Engineer and President of the Social Council of the Universitat Politècnica de València, tells us this in the UPV documentary series, “Female Engineers: The Irreplaceable Factor”.

Scientific Dissemination on Telegrafies | MARCH

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#UPVGandiaCiencia Is there is a digital gender gap in the science and technology fields? Professor Helena Knorr of Point Park University (Pittsburgh) analyzes this gender inequality and its causes in the conference titled “Women and Engineering”. In addition, the month of March brought us Ainhoa ​​Goñi, Communications Director of the Higher Council for Scientific Research […]

Maryland Morant – Diary of a Researcher

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Maryland Morant is a researcher in the Gandia Campus Research Group on Tourism Management of Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and professor in the Tourism Management undergraduate program on the Campus. She was recently given a research project by the State University of Milagro (Ecuador) on food safety in the tourism […]

“Invisible Female Scientists” Seminar

Seminar sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. The Campus Gandia of the Polytechnic University of Valencia hosted the “Invisible Female Scientists” seminar on March 5, 2014 to mark International Women’s Day and in order to highlight the role of women in science and research throughout history. The program consisted of a panel […]