From this joint effort, it has born the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) located at the campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
From 18th to 27th November there will be over 270 divulging scientific activities all around Catalonia.
Dr. Montserrat Vendrell sponsors 2010-2011 class of biotechnologists in Lleida.
And former University of Lleida Dean Joan Viñas, Vice-President of the institution.
The new rector has asked all University collectives for collaboration to govern and the institutions of Lleida for support.
A spin-off of the University of Lleida has created two software programs that allow personalised monitoring via telephone and Internet.
UPC rector, Antoni Giró, has presided the presentation act of this new service of publications, which is based on open knowledge.
The report highlights Biocat’s work in training and knowledge transfer in the biotechnology sector.
United States, Israel, Switzerland and Catalonia researchers will speak about the evolution of biological design principles, essential to describe new biotechnological solutions.
This spin-off, one of the runners-up for the BioEmprenedorXXI award, is developing a new therapy to treat sepsis. 25% of patients in ICUs develop this infection.
Developed by Drauta