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A team of students and researchers at UVic-UCC design 3D printed synthetic human bone as part of the "Phygital Human Bone" project


Five students at the University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC) have participated in the "Phygital Human Bone" project undertaken by Elisava and the TR2Lab research group. In addition to the study's objectives and its innovative results, the project is also important because

Nests by loggerhead turtles in Delte de l'Ebre

Record levels of sea turtle nesting on the Western Mediterranean coast this season


The beaches of the western Mediterranean have been experiencing a rise in the numbers of nests by loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) over the last decade. This increase may be due to the species engaging in a process of colonisation as a result of climate change

Euroepan consortium UP-University's members, in UVic-UCC in may 2023

The UP University consortium, of which UVic-UCC is a member, receives the European Universities Seal of Excellence


The "UP University - Responsible living for the next generations" consortium, of which the University of Vic - Universitat Central de Catalunya (UVic-UCC) is a member and which contains six other European universities, has recently received the Seal of Excellence from the European Universities initiative

Veronica Nava and Barbara Leoni

Some lakes are more heavily affected by plastic pollution than the oceans


Fragments of plastic debris, clothing fibres and the remains of packaging are among the plastics and microplastics that have invaded lakes and reservoirs all over the world. The pollution caused by this debris affects even the remotest areas, where human impact is minimal. Furthermore, and

A student of Medicine degree in Uvic-UCC

Helping others or improving the situation in the country - key factors when choosing health studies during Covid-19


The Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on the choice of bachelor's degree studies related to health. The most significant factors were the desire to help other people (33.2% of cases), enhance civic values (28.4%) and contribute to improving the situation in the country (27.5 %)

Eva Espasa entregant el premi a Verónica Salgado

Verónica Salgado wins "Your thesis in 4 minutes" with a research on using the patient's own blood to heal skin wounds


Verónica Salgado, a doctoral student on the Medicine and Biomedical Sciences programme at UVic-UCC, was the winner of the sixth edition of the University's "Your thesis in 4 minutes" competition, which took place in the Aula Segimon Serrallonga on Friday 12 May. Salgado

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