The Vice-Chancellors for the Commemoration of the Eighth Centenary and for Research and Transfer, respectively, and the Director of Salamanca University Press, inaugurated the stand pertaining to the Studium of Salamanca.
The second edition of the technological camp will take place between June 26 and August 25.
The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation is the most important Pan- European programme for research and innovation, not only in size, but also in terms of excellence, international cross-cutting and interdisciplinary collaboration, which makes it very popular among universities.
The awards will consist of € 400.000, a diploma and a commemorative artwork in each prize category. The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards recognize and encourage fundamental advances in basic and applied research, as materialized in models and theories for understanding the … Continue reading BBVA Foundation Frontiers Knowledge Awards
The deadline for submission of applications is between 5 and 19 April 2017
The two institutions set up a program aimed at young researchers to lead research groups.
The University campus of Zamora hosted the presentation of a program to promote entrepreneurship, with several objectives.
It was the 30th edition of this fair, considered the most important in Italy.
Held every two years, this Conference returns to Salamanca after having been celebrated in all nine provinces of Castile & Leon.
The Association of Young Researchers of the University of Salamanca, INNOVA, has organized, together with the USAL Scientific Culture Space (Espacio de Cultura Científica de la USAL), the activity called “Research Speed Dating”, where young university researchers will talk about and show their experiments, explain how they came to them, what they had to study … etc.
The project aims to increase the importance of the breed in the sector by increasing the number of buyers and the economic value of the animals.
In a 1 gram of soil we can find more than 1,000,000 microorganisms. It is surprising that in 2017 the scientific community has only been able to describe around 12,000 of them around the world and, of these, 63 of them are exclusive to Salamanca, having been identified thanks to the intense work carried out by microbiologist Martha Trujillo Toledo and her team in the Departmental Building of the University of Salamanca.
The FES Building of the University of Salamanca hosted the Marie Curie Fellowships workshop, organized by the Office of International Projects.
The Agricultural Technical Institute (Instituto Técnico Agrario), the Regional Government of Castile & Leon, Biovegen and Cajamar Caja Rural have organized the technical agri-food workshop “Trends in genetic crop improvement” to be held on Thursday, June 1. This workshop will … Continue reading “Trends in genetic crop improvement”
The program seeks to apply achieve the effective application of technological and social innovation to agricultural and livestock farms in the region.