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Monthly Archives: March 2019

“The lack of opportunities for Spanish researchers is a waste of talent,” states Jean-Pierre Sauvage, 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, in Gandia

Jean Pierre Sauvage con investigadoras en quimica del Campus de Gandia UPV

“All the Spanish researchers I have worked with have been excellent,” stated Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, before giving his lecture “Molecular Machines: from Biology To Chemistry”, on March 13th at Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). “All of the Spanish scientists?” “Yes, really, all of them. Some of the best […]

Community Composting as a Tool for Sustainability in Small Towns

compostaje reciclado Muro de Alcoy

According to the 2016-2022 National Waste Management Plan (PEMAR, for its Spanish initials), organic matter represents 47% of the all-in-one bag, or of the remaining fraction. Therefore, in addition to being the fraction with the highest specific weight within the garbage bag, it is also the fraction that, due to its nature, requires a high […]

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