The future at the microscope……Planning movement in dynamic environments

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present a new project: Planning movement in dynamic environments

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The future at the microscope… ICBUSC – the International Mixed Biostatistics Centre of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC)

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with ICBUSC – the International Mixed Biostatistics Centre of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC)

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The future at the microscope…Nanostructured hybrid materials to produce gas-sensing devices

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project on nanostructured hybrid materials to produce gas-sensing devices.

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The future at the microscope…Structural genome analysis and comparative turbot mapping applied to improve aquiculture.

  • April 24, 2013
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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project undertaken at Acuigen

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The future at the microscope…GLOWASIS: Global Information System for Water Scarcity

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project named GLOWASIS: Global Information System for Water Scarcity

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The future at the microscope…The role that cell cycle inhibitors play in normal and tumoural stem cells

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project undertaken at CiMUS.

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The future at the microscope… Innopharma. A pharmacogenomic platform applied to validating targets and to discovering drugs that are candidates for preclinical stages at the CiMUS

  • March 27, 2013
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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project undertaken at CiMUS.

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The futura at the microscope… Spectroscopic and computational study of supramolecular catalysts for photocatalytic water splitting

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a development project from CIQUS.

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The future at the microscope… Intelligent control setting, distributed for easy, rapid take off for robots in unknown settings

  • March 13, 2013
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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present a project undertaken at the Singular Research Centre in Information Technologies (CITIUS).

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The future at the microscope… serotypes, virulence genes and the molecular typing of E. coli producers of extended spectrum betalactamases (ESBL). Characterisation of the emerging intercontinental O25:H4-ST131 clone

  • March 6, 2013
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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project undertaken in the Department of Microbiology and Parasitology, the Veterinary School, University of Santiago […]

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