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Monthly Archives: February 2016

New Device for Early Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Diseases

phocnosis dispositivo diagnóstico precoz enfermedades cardiovasculares

The Nanophotonics Technology Center (NTC) of the Universitat Politècnica de València is spearheading the PHOCNOSIS European project, whose aim is to develop a new portable and user-friendly device for early diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases. The project also incorporates the SYM group from the Center for Molecular Recognition and Technological Development as a second partner of […]

What is Chemistry, Mr. White?

el profesor de química Walter White de Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad is all about the midlife crisis, and what better way to explore it than a burned-out high school teacher who was meant to be a multimillionaire business tycoon, but took a wrong turn along the way. This is the story of Walter White, the lead character of the series, but that’s not why […]

Science is Cool!

Ainhoa Goñi en Comunica2 del Campus de Gandia

Get ready for Comunica2, the number-one International Social Media Conference that will be held on our campus on February 25 and 26. The sixth edition of the conference will be hosted by the journalist Toni Garrido and the intense program will address the challenges faced in today’s Internet, with front line speaker such as international […]

New Smart System Detects Toxic Waste in the Sea

Researchers from Campus Gandia of the UPV have designed a new smart sensor system that helps detect and delineate toxic waste, oil spills or hydrocarbons in general, in any aquatic environment, whether it is the sea, rivers lakes, etc. and at very low concentrations. As IGIC researcher Jaime Lloret points out, marine pollution is a […]