1. A new hydrogel developed for desalinating seawater using sunlight and for medical therapies

    Researchers from the UPC’s research group Innovation in Materials and Molecular Engineering - Biomaterials for Regenerative Therapies (IMEM-BRT) are working on a thermosensitive hydrogel with several applications, such as the desalination of...
  2. Meeting of the UPC with companies supporting the CFIS

    On 9 February, the UPC held a meeting and an event to thank the companies supporting the Interdisciplinary Higher Education Centre (CFIS) under the CFIS Partners programme.
  3. The UPC Postgraduate Virtual Fair starts with more than 150 online sessions scheduled

    From 26 February to 1 March, the UPC holds the second edition of the UPC Postgraduate Virtual Fair, an online event to provide information about the University’s wide range of postgraduate studies: master’s degrees, doctoral programmes and...
  4. Artificial intelligence and 6G technologies for achieving as safe interconnected mobility as possible

    A multidisciplinary team from the UPC is working on the development of a network that, combining artificial intelligence with 6G technologies, remote sensing systems and optical communication—both wireless and through optical fibres—allows...
  5. Unite! presents the White Paper on Open Science and Innovation

    It provides a university open science and innovation governance model and five policy recommendations for fostering a new university scientific knowledge cocreation and transfer policy.
  6. Call for the Miquel Barceló UPC Science Fiction Award

    Organised by the UPC’s Board of Trustees, it is open to international entries. The award consists of a 2,000-euro prize to the best original story and a special mention. The deadline is 1 April 2024.
  7. The UPC celebrates the inauguration of MareNostrum 5, which positions the University as a global benchmark in supercomputing knowledge

    Recently, the rector of the UPC, Daniel Crespo, welcomed Catalan president Pere Aragonès and Spanish president Pedro Sánchez to the launch event of MareNostrum 5 at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center–Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS).
  8. New photonics and AI tools for the diagnosis of ocular, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases

    Led by the UPC’s Centre for Sensors, Instruments and Systems Development, an international consortium of universities, hospitals and companies is developing new technologies based on light and AI to improve the diagnosis of several diseases.

The news published before September 2017 are available in the Press Room Archive

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