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  • UB team creates new tool to verify the geographical origins of virgin olive oil
    Olive oil is one of the most prestigious agri-foods in Spain and it is the base of the Mediterranean diet. This is why adulteration and commercial fraud cases occur when it comes to the origin and varieties of a product with such an economic and business interest. Now, a team from the Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Sciences, Torribera Food and Nutrition Campus and the Institute for Nutrition and Food Safety Research (INSA) of the University of Barcelona presents a new authentication tool to check the geographical origin of virgin olive oil as a control on the quality, tradition and product linked to the territory.
  • The UB holds a conference by Seema Jayachandran within the prestigious cycle Kapuscinski Development Lectures
    Seema Jayachandran graduated in Electric Engineering in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and holds a doctorate in Economics from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Physics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford. She is currently a professor of Economics at the Northwestern University, and focuses her research on the environmental conservation, gender equality and several issues related to societies in developing countries. On Tuesday, May 24, Seema Jayachandran will give a conference at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the UB, as part of the Kapuscinski Development Lectures, organized by the European Union and the United Nations Development Program. In the conference, Jayachandran will show that gender equality contributes to the economic growth of countries and at the same time, the economic progress involves a greater equity among men and women.  
  • Enjoy the UB Science Fest
    This year, the UB Science Fest brings a wide range of playful activities to share the research of the university with all publics. For the first time, the Science Fest will last for two days. There will be workshops for school groups on Friday, May 27, and the activities aimed at families and everyone in general will be available on Saturday 28 in the Historical Building of the UB, the headquarters of this event. There will be a total of fifty activities, dynamized by researchers who will leave their working spaces to explain what their task is about in a fun and understandable way.
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