Author: Marilola Afonso
MACbioIDi. Participation in the STEAM project.
The researcher of the medical and Audiovisual Technology Group (GTMA) of the University Institute of Biomedical and Sanitary Research (IUIBS) of the ULPGC, Marilola Afonso, is one of the scientists who participate in the STEAM project. This project is organized by the Ministry of Education and Universities of the GovernmentContinue reading
Scientific coffee. The gender perspective in the scientific career.
Under the title "The gender perspective in the scientific career", the professors: M ª Asunción Morales Navarro, Juan Luis Navarro Mesa and Juan Ruiz Alzola, doctors by the ULPGC, researchers and professors of the School of Engineering of Telecommunication and electronics ( EITE) have shared a coffee with those attendingContinue reading
The ABC of celestial mechanics
Under the title "The ABC of Celestial mechanics", the Arabic astrophysics of the Walnut has led the audience to their talk through the interesting world of celestial mechanics, the study of the movements of celestial bodies by virtue of the gravitational effects that They exert on him other bodies. ThisContinue reading
Within the various actions proposed within the framework of digital competencies, the project INTERREG MACbioIDi team led by Professor Juan Ruiz Alzola proposes the project N.I.R.V. ANA. A course/workshop on novelties in print and Virtual reality in anatomy. The engineers Nayra Pumar and Xerach Suárez, researchers from the medical andContinue reading
The Open Anatomy Project
Vote now! Democratizing medical knowledge Help us develop anatomy atlases for medical education in Senegal, Mauritania, Mozambique and other countries. The Open Anatomy Project is a finalist of the BRIght Futures Prize, sponsored by the Brigham Research Institute at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Your vote will help decideContinue reading
MAbioIDi at the IEEE Global humanitarian Technology Conference
Professor Juan Ruiz Alzola presents the INTERREG MACbioIDi project at the IEEE Global humanitarian technology Conference in Silicon Valley (San José), with the paper "Train the trainers: Medical Technology for the sustainable Development of Africa". This research work has been jointly developed by professors from several university institutions: the EduardoContinue reading
Woman and Science Campaign Macbioidi Project 2018
The MACbioIDi project shows its support for women. Join us.Continue reading