TRAFAIR, a new project to study the impact of traffic on air quality

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A new European consortium composed of nine organizations from Spain and Italy will develop innovative solutions to analyze the variability in traffic flows. The purpose is to offer citizens and administrations a robust, fast and reliable estimate of pollution levels and quality air.

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‘Supraporous’, new international project lead by CiQUS researcher Javier Montenegro

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The research laboratories from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) will host an ambitious project financed with a total of about half a million euros involving agencies from four different countries. The project goal is to revolutionize the field of porous materials with nanometric control.

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Galician Public Healthcare System bets on ‘Calendula’

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Xunta de Galicia has officially announced the signature of a new agreement including its Health Department, the Galician Healthcare System (SERGAS) and the University of Santiago de Compostela.

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Seeds against cancer at CiQUS

Eugenio Vázquez obtains one of the National Projects for the development of new scientific lines in oncology research, funded by the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC).

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CiTIUS scientists develop the world’s most accurate method for the interpretation of the electrocardiogram

The new algorithm improves every technique developed so far, and it has already attracted the attention of MIT researchers, who have used it with real data from 50.000 heart patients.

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The CiTIUS attracts one of the 4 Young Researchers IT grants given by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness

CiTIUS postdoctoral researcher Juan Carlos Vidal obtains the necessary funding to develop the e-Health project ‘RECARGA’ throughout the next three years.

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Advances in the synthesis of the Englerin A, the anticarcinogenic African substance

CiQUS researchers present a new method to obtain this compound of natural origin, with a promising activity in kidney cancers.

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CiTIUS researcher Tomás F. Pena, new Associated Editor of IEEE Journal ‘Transactions on Computers’

Appointed as a ‘Multimedia Editor’, he will take charge of producing a video with every monthly issue to introduce the most relevant paper

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CiMUS Principal Investigator Mª José Alonso enters the ‘US National Academy of Medicine’

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Her Lab has pioneered numerous discoveries in the field of Pharmaceutical Technology and Nanomedicine. She becomes now the second scientist in Spain obtaining this distinction.

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CiMUS researchers find a new protein in the hypothalamus involved in the decreasing of body mass

Scientists from the NeurObesity Research Group at CiMUS have identified a new molecular mechanism that demonstrates how the increasing of a protein in the hypothalamus help obese rats to lose weight without changing their eating habits, improving their metabolic status and decreasing associated type 2 diabetes.

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