News…CIQUS´ researchers have published some keys to “starve” bacterias that cause tuberculosis and stomach cancer.

  • April 1, 2013
  • Comments Off on News…CIQUS´ researchers have published some keys to “starve” bacterias that cause tuberculosis and stomach cancer.
  • CiQUS, Latest news, News
Tags:

An article by a research group belonging to the CIQUS (www.usc.es/ciqus/) which is led by Professor Concepción González-Bello(www.gonzalezbello.com) has been selected as the cover of the latest issue of the journal ACS Chemical Biology. This work (ACS Chem. Biol. 2013, 8, 568–577) describes the keys to “starve” a crucial enzyme in the proliferation of two important pathogenic bacteria: Mycobacterium tuberculosis, […]

read more →

News… CiTIUS holds a conference on computing methods inspired in nature

  • February 5, 2013
  • Comments Off on News… CiTIUS holds a conference on computing methods inspired in nature
  • Latest news, News
Tags:

Many of today’s artificial intelligence systems have been designed by emulating models present in nature; faced with the demands around them, living beings and biological organisms are obliged to develop their own conflict-resolving systems, which tend to be (unlike the traditional human engineering approach) adaptable, distributed and cooperative.

read more →

News…Conference on the CMMI quality model: «CMMI in Research into Capability Maturity Model Integration – quality or too much effort»

  • January 21, 2013
  • Comments Off on News…Conference on the CMMI quality model: «CMMI in Research into Capability Maturity Model Integration – quality or too much effort»
  • Latest news, News
Tags:

José Luis Iparraguirre, an expert in improving software development Processes, will visit CiTIUS on Thursday 24 January to give a conference on the CMMI quality model (Capability Maturity Model Integration – Integración de Modelos de Madurez de Capacidades).

read more →

NanoFar: New call by the European Erasmus Mundus programme for doctorates in nanomedicine and pharmaceutical innovation

Tags:

NanoFar is an Erasmus Mundus Joint doctorate programme selected by EACEA in 2011. This European programme is coordinated by the University of Angers (France), and involves the Universities of Nantes (France), Liège and Louvain (Belgium), Nottingham (United Kingdom) and Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

read more →