Projects such as a drug for spinal cord injuries place Salamanca at the forefront of biotechnology research
Biotechnology is a science that is becoming increasingly important in medical research. Developments as important as insulin, gene therapies or vaccines such as hepatitis B have been made possible thanks to this field, which is also present in other areas such as industry, food or the environment.
Yesterday, a round table discussion was held on “Technological innovation. The basis for the survival of companies”, organised by the newspaper La Gaceta de Salamanca on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of its foundation.
Vitartis, the Food Industry Association of Castilla y León, in collaboration with the Ebro Valley Food Cluster food+i, has organised a webinar under the title “Industrial application of IIoT and Data Analytics”. At this webinar, experts in IoT and Data Analytics have presented nine success stories on how these technologies have generated more competitive business models.
Juan Manuel Corchado participates in a conference to promote digitalisation as a transformative process in Spain and Portugal
Yesterday “Digitalisation as a transformative process”, organised by the INESPO III project, was held at the Hospedería Fonseca of the University of Salamanca, providing a space for debate and the search for opportunities for university-industry cooperation.
The VI Young Researchers Awards 2022 organised by the AstraZeneca Foundation in collaboration with the Carlos III Health Institute took place yesterday. Juan Manuel Corchado, Director of the BISITE Research Group and President of the AIR Institute, along with other members of the Board of Trustees of the AstraZeneca Foundation, the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, and other figures from the health and pharmaceutical sectors, attended the ceremony to recognise the work of the award-winning researchers.
After more than 50,000 students from 82 different countries took part in the last edition, this year’ s edition features 450 hours of free training and 20 new modules.
It has only been a little over two and a half years since the AIR Institute released the very first version of the Deep Intelligence tool. Today, this powerful platform enables projects like the Monsagro Museum’s guide robot.