Ricardo Carmona, networked science to make the most out of intelligent sensors and vision chips

Ricardo Carmona

A researcher from the Microelectronics Institute of Seville, Ricardo Carmona Galán, has received a 2.2 million euros grant from Europe for his research project ‘Achieve’. It is a doctoral training network that aims to create a new generation of scientists through a four year research programme. Those who participate in the programme work in several […]

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Training during pregnancy to improve the health of both the mother and the baby


Testing the effects of pregnancy training with a plan that combines strength and resistance. That is one of the goals of a study conducted by the University of Granada in which professionals from different disciplines collaborate. They will obtain far more data after these women give birth, but they have already observed some of the […]

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