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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Campus Gandia Researchers Working to Reduce the Noise of Rocket Launches

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Iván Herrero Durá, doctoral student Campus Gandia of the UPV, is to carry out part of his research at the technical center of the European Space Agency (ESA) in the Netherlands, thanks to an agreement signed between the UPV and the ESA as part of the Networking / Partnering Initiative (NPI). The aim is to […]

A tool to assess the communicative efficiency of sustainable tourist destinations

Strategic communication of heritage sites is a key tool for sustainable tourism management, according to Lola Teruel, a Tourism research professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València. A tool is needed to evaluate the results of strategic communication and its goal should be to analyze of the communicative efficiency of information and communications technologies (ICT) […]

The Serpis River Is Alive

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Some of you may wonder why we celebrate World Rivers Day: aren’t our rivers nearly dead? Well here’s the news: the Serpis is alive. This discovery was made after verifying the state of the river after the recent swells.

Start of New Phase at IGIC

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Jaime Lloret, the new director of the Research Institute for Integrated Coastal Zone Management (IGIC, for its Spanish initials) since January 2017, has presented the main lines of action for the Institute located on the campus of Gandia.

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”.

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