Researchers with the UAB's Mycobacteria Research Group have found a mycobacterium that is more effective in treating superficial bladder cancer and does not cause infections, unlike those used up to now.
The UAB has launched a website on intellectual property and open access, in support of teaching, learning and research activities at the university.
According to a study by ICTA-UAB and the Department of Geography, the urban design of Barcelona's different neighbourhoods has a direct influence on the levels of physical activity displayed by their older residents.
Researchers from the UAB, the UB and the UOC have developed Care Respite, a monitoring system that uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to visualise the dependent person, detect situations of risk and activate warnings through a mobile application.
The Department of Journalism and Communication Studies and the MIM (Inter-Mediterranean Mediation) Master's degree have organised a series of workshops to explore the role of communication in the fight against inequality. These workshops are aimed at the whole UAB community and enrolment is open until 8 October, free of charge.
This year's edition of the programme Mad about Science, of the Catalonia-La Pedrera Foundation, which targets upper secondary pupils, can count on the involvement of ICTA-UAB, the Department of Physics, ICN2, the IFAE, the Institute of Space Sciences and the ALBA Synchrotron.
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