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A study by COB and UIB indicates that Mediterranean ecosystems are more sensitive to climate variability than thought so far

Información actualizada el 18 February 2013

The researchers found that the combined effects of fishing and climate synergistically affect populations of several species

 A study conducted by scientists from the Balearic Oceanographic Centre (COB) of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO), in collaboration with researchers at the University of the Balearic Islands and the National Research Council has demonstrated the existence of synchronous responses in populations of several species in the Mediterranean as a result of the combined effects of fisheries and climate variability. Ampliar +

 

The Forum of the UdG’s Science and Technology Park presents more than 50 technological opportunities

Información actualizada el 14 February 2013

The Forum included a technological opportunity market, in which research groups, other universities, technology centres, regional enterprises, businesses in the Park and entrepreneurs have exhibited their work and the technological opportunities provided by their projects. The aim is to find specialised financial, R+D, strategic, trade or personal partners to be part of their teams.

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The genetics of the Palamós shrimp and giant red shrimps, revealed for the first time

Información actualizada el 14 February 2013

The researcher Maria Victòria Fernández has identified four genetic stocks in red shrimps. In her doctoral thesis she has concluded that, while the Palamós shrimp is a unique species, the giant red shrimps are two genetically different species: one inhabits the Mediterranean zone and Mozambique, and the other inhabits Australian waters.

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Improving wastewater management based on the behaviour of ants

Información actualizada el 14 February 2013

The UdG researcher and member of the Laboratory of Chemical and Environmental Engineering (LEQUIA), Marta Verdaguer, asks the following question in her doctoral thesis: How can ants help us improve wastewater management? Based on the study of ant behaviour, a method is applied – using virtual ants – to optimise processes that can be adapted to such management.

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A professor at the University of Girona defines new ways of parallel random access for interactive rendering

Información actualizada el 14 February 2013

In his doctoral thesis, Parallel spatial data structures for interactive rendering, supervised by Gustavo Patow of the Geometry and Graphics Group of the Department of Applied Computing Science and Applied Mathematics, Ismael Garcia has defined this new way in data structures that contain surface and imaging information, with an efficient construction, a compact storage and coherent memory access patterns, in query operations.

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