University of Granada (UGR)

The University of Granada (Spanish: Universidad de Granada, UGR) is a public university located in the city of Granada, Spain, and founded in 1531 by Emperor Charles V.

Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eye

This scientific development could be used in the not too distant future to create new assisted vehicle driving systems, to identify counterfeit bills and documents, or to obtain more accurate medical images than those provided by current systems Researchers at the University of Granada, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Milan (Italy) have designed

Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eye

Researchers analyse 15m scientific articles to design the most comprehensive ‘world map of research’ yet

Scientists from the University of Granada and the Spanish National Research Council—members of the SCImago research group—have found that, worldwide, there are three major ‘clusters’ of countries, defined by the thematic areas they investigate and that their governments invest in most. The study, published in Plos One, analysed the scientific production of more than 80

Researchers analyse 15m scientific articles to design the most comprehensive ‘world map of research’ yet

Artificial magnetic bacteria “turn” food into natural drugs

Scientists from the University of Granada are the first to develop magnetic bacteria that, as part of food intake, help to diagnose digestive diseases like stomach cancer  Researchers have incorporated magnetic particles into probiotic bacteria like those found in many foodstuffs. These “magnetic probiotics” behave like some natural magnetic bacteria but are difficult to obtain in large

Artificial magnetic bacteria “turn” food into natural drugs

Scientists Have Been Able To Grow Artificial Skin Using Stem Cells from the Umbilical Cord

This important scientific breakthrough, developed by the University of Granada, will aid the immediate use of artificially-grown skin for major burn patients, since the skin could be stored in tissue banks and made available when needed. One of the problems major burn victims have is that, using the current protocols for artificial skin, they need

Scientists Have Been Able To Grow Artificial Skin Using Stem Cells from the Umbilical Cord

Telerehabilitation Allows Accurate Assessment of Patients with Low Back Pain

A new “telerehabilitation” approach lets physical therapists assess patients with low back pain (LBP) over the Internet A new “telerehabilitation” approach lets physical therapists assess patients with low back pain (LBP) over the Internet, with good accuracy compared with face-to-face examinations, reports a study in the May 15 issue of Spine. The journal is published by Lippincott

Telerehabilitation Allows Accurate Assessment of Patients with Low Back Pain

A new material has been patented, using doped carbon, allowing fuels to be produced while, at the same time, reducing CO2 emissions

A new material has been patented, using doped carbon, allowing fuels to be produced while, at the same time, reducing CO2 emissions At present, power stations run using renewable energies (wind, solar or wave) produce energy peaks that are wasted, since they do not coincide with the energy needs. Storing this energy in batteries for

A new material has been patented, using doped carbon, allowing fuels to be produced while, at the same time, reducing CO2 emissions

Spanish Scientists develop a Pioneering Technique to Effectively Treat Mucositis

Mucositis is one of the most frequent side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy in cancer patients and currently cannot be treated. Scientists from the University of Granada have patented a compound made from melatonin that is effective in the treatment and prevention of mucositis, one of the most unpleasant side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy

Spanish Scientists develop a Pioneering Technique to Effectively Treat Mucositis

Computer ‘Trained’ to Classify Pictures and Videos Based on Elements

Image via Wikipedia University of Granada researchers have developed a new computer technique that allows to “train” computers to interpret the visual contents of a video or picture. This advance will allow to classify automatically pictures basing on whether individuals or specific objects are present in such images. Videos can also be classified according to

Computer ‘Trained’ to Classify Pictures and Videos Based on Elements

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