This initiative highlights the gastronomic potential linked to the territory of the region of Els Ports. Read More
A study led by the Interdisciplinary Research Structure for Reading research (ERI Reading) of the University of Valencia has shown the so-called “paper superiority effect”: people understand better the same text if they read it on paper than if they read it in digital format (for example, on tablets or computers). These conclusions are a novelty in the scientific literature to the extent that the introduction of new technological means in schools is more frequent nowadays. Read More
Cristina Cunha, teacher at Universidad Católica de Valencia (UCV), has designed a computer application that improves children with Down syndrome’s ability to learn English. The online program, based on intelligent tutoring systems, can be used on a tablet or a computer and has doubled the performance of the elementary school students it has been tested on. Read More
The Biomechanics Institute (IBV) of the Universitat de València has developed a platform to diagnose the wellbeing of the workforce and help companies undertake health promotion measures. Furthermore, the tool makes it possible to analyse the effects of said measures by analysing the evolution of the various wellbeing markers included in the platform. Read More
Four researchers from the Valencian Community have been awarded highly-competitive Consolidator Grants by the European Research Council to carry out cutting-edge research in their respective fields. Read More
Researchers at the universities of Valencia and Florence propose an approach to the experimental data generated by the Large Hadron Collider that solves the infinity problem without breaching the four dimensions of space-time. Read More
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a Starting Grant worth 1.6 million euros to scientist Carlos Martí-Gastaldo, a Ramón y Cajal researcher at the University of Valencia’s Institute of Molecular Science (UV, ICMol). Read More
Researchers in Valencia participated in an international study that has debunked the association between milk and dairy products and increased cardiovascular risk. Lecturer Óscar Coltell of the Universitat Jaume I de Castellón led the computational analysis of the masses of data obtained in relation to an innovative new biomarker.