Researchers from the UAB and the IBEC have revealed a way to effectively deliver a mycobacterium (M. brumae) needed for the treatment of bladder cancer in humans. The method, based on an emulsion using olive oil and tested on mice, was recently published in the journal Scientific Reports.
On 20 June the Faculty of Law played host to the welcoming session for students participating in this year's International Summer Term programme at the UAB.
The archaeological dig campaign at La Almoloya began recently with the UAB Prehistory researchers who in 2013 revealed the archaeological wealth of this Bronze Age site located in Murcia. The campaign will last three months and some 15 UAB students will be taking part.
The UAB is now one of the centres which next year will organise the SIELE exams, the first online certificate students can obtain to demonstrate their mastery of Spanish as a foreign language.
Researchers at the CVC have created SYNTHIA (system of synthetic images), an artificial intelligence-based simulator which accelerates and improves the identification of several city elements in self-driving cars.
The latest discoveries on the first farming societies of Upper Mesopotamia, in Iraqi's Kurdistan region, were recently presented. The area had been closed off since the 1990s to archaeological research and the UAB is the only research team from Spain working at the site.
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