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Monthly Archives: October 2016

The IVIO-UPV Chair Places High-Stakes Bet on Ultrasound in Oral Implantology

An ambitious research project, based on the application of ultrasound in oral implantology, will be the centerpiece of the IVIO-UPV Chair. The bone density analysis project using ultrasound as a diagnostic tool will help in planning implant surgery. Its implementation is expected to improve the biological process of direct connection between the bone and the […]

Biology and tourism on ‘Ciència propera’ (2nd and 3rd program)

In the second episode of ‘Ciència propera’, Pilar Donat, professor and biologist at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, reflects on the importance of investing in research and having heterogeneous teams for their development. Teams that include experienced middle aged people (seniors, to lead) and young people who provide high doses of creativity, critical to any search task. Donat also […]

Science for Everyone at the XII Science Week

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An exhibition on the deep ocean, environmental education workshops, scientific monologues and conferences on multimedia technology, tourism, the Valencian coast, ultrasound, digital communication or 5G networks are part of the full program we have prepared for the XII Week Science. Like every year here at the Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València, we […]

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