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The HRS4R work group participates in the information sessions of the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships

Career - Jun 7

The objective of the information sessions on the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships 2024 was to encourage research staff at the Universitat de València to apply for the programme, either as supervisors or as fellows.

Cells that interpret an increase in nutrients accelerate ageing and shorten lifespan

Research shows that cells that interpret an increase in nutrients accelerate ageing and shorten lifespan. Cells receive signals of an increase in nutrients, which leads to malfunction and inflammation in organs such as the pancreas, liver or kidneys.

Revolutionary method for establishing time between Neanderthal fires

New study develops revolutionary method for establishing time between Neanderthal fires. Santiago Sossa-Ríos, from the Universitat de València, excavating a hearth at El Salt.

Environment - Jun 5

Fires caused by global change reduce the abundance and diversity of woody plants

The team at the Desertification Research Centre (CIDE, UV-CSIC-GVA) has carried out the first global, systematic and quantitative study on the effects of changes in fire regime on vegetation.

Career - May 31

The Director General for Science and Research presents updates to the research management programme

The Director General for Science and Research Rafael Sebastián presents the new advances in the R+D+I Programme of the Valencian Government.

Environment - May 27

UV conference analyses the threat of high salt concentration in soils

A joint meeting between the Red Internacional de Suelos Afectados por Sales (INSAS: International Network on Salt-Affected Soils) and the COST Action on the Sustainable Use of Salt-Affected Lands (SUSTAIN) analyses in the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València the threat of high salt concentration in soils. Experts from 39 countries from five continents will attend the meeting, which runs from Monday, 27 to Friday, 31 May, both face-to-face and remotely.

Politics - May 21

66% of Valencian citizens are committed to waste sorting

Two out of three citizens in the metropolitan area of Valencia have a positive or very positive attitude (enthusiasts and committed) towards waste sorting, according to a report by the Institute of International Economics of the Universitat de València. This report is a result of an agreement with the Waste Treatment Metropolitan Entity (EMTRE).

Innovation - May 13

Experts see progress on sustainability in the fashion industry

Specialists in innovation and sustainable fashion met in an event held by the Universitat de València that has integrated, for the first time, an artificial intelligence (AI) editor in real time. Participants noted progress on sustainability in the fashion industry.

Environment - Jun 5

Global change fires reduce the abundance and diversity of woody plants

The team at the Desertification Research Centre (CIDE, UV-CSIC-GVA) has carried out the first global, systematic and quantitative study on the effects of changes in fire regime on vegetation.

Revolutionary method to establish the time between Neanderthal fires

A study develops a revolutionary method to establish the time between Neanderthal fires. Santiago Sossa-Ríos, from the Universitat de València, excavating a hearth at El Salt.

Health - Jun 4

Polibienestar launches a new assessment tool for chronic patients in Europe

The Research Institute on Social Welfare Policy (Polibienestar) of the Universitat de València has presented the results of the European project InAdvance, which aims to improve the quality of life of patients with complex chronic non-oncological diseases. The project has created the new NAT: PD tool to assess evaluate and manage the needs of patients with multimorbidity and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), among other chronic diseases, as well as the needs of their carers.

Psychology - May 30

Teacher mobbing increases alcohol, tobacco and medication consumption

Research from the Universitat de València has shown that mobbing in the workplace increases alcohol intake, smoking, the use of medication as a consequence of psychological or psychosomatic disorders, and the need to seek specialist support to overcome some work-related personal crisis.

Psychology - May 22

An app to fight the social stigma of OCD reduces symptoms and helps prevent the disorder

According to two published papers led by UV's Professor Gemma García-Soriano, the esTOCma app "has proved useful in raising awareness of OCD in society, dispelling false myths about it and encouraging people to seek help as soon as possible.

Career - May 13

Employment quality influences health through motivation and job insecurity

A study by the Institute for Research in Human Resources Psychology, Organisational Development and Quality of Working Life (IDOCAL) of the University of València (UV) concludes that both salary and type of contract (permanen

Environment - May 13

Experts on environmental protection meet in Valencia to launch the Bioclimate Network

The Bioclimate Network monitors the impact of climate change on biodiversity and has gathered environmentalists to raise awareness. Its focus is on studying the response of biodiversity to climate change in several terrestrial ecosystems in the Valencian territory. The Bioclimate Network is led by the Desertification Research Centre (CIDE), the Spanish Research Council (CSIC), the Universitat de València (UV) and the Valencian Government (GVA).



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