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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Campus Gandia Researchers Design Cycling and Pedestrian Routes in the Safor

Showcasing the landscapes associated with the traditional water use, agriculture and the cultural heritage of La Safor. This was the objective behind the design of the cycling and pedestrian routes carried out by researchers from the Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València. Vicent Altur, José Andrés Sanchis and Maria Teresa Sebastià, professors in the Environmental […]

An Environmental Science Graduate From Campus Gandia UPV Wins the CEMEX Chair Third

Sara Suárez Almiñana, an Environmental Science graduate of the Universitat Politècnica de València (Campus of Gandia), has won the third prize in the CEMEX – Sustainability UPV Awards, in the category of Master’s Thesis related to sustainability and the environment. The Master’s thesis by Sara Suárez, titled “Habitat Selection Guilds and Habitat Suitability Modelling for […]

Development of a Low-Cost Smart System for Efficient Irrigation of Crops and

Researchers from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) and the University of Granada (UGR), are working on the development of a new low-cost smart system for the efficient irrigation of crops and orchards. The system, which fall within the purview of precision agriculture, enables environmental and land parameters to be collected through […]

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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