I3A News

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London and Universities of Manchester, Zaragoza and Oxford, have revealed the genetic underpinnings of blood pressure regulation, offering hope for more effective treatments and preventative hypertension measures
The objective is to generate a platform for analysing water and soil resources, as well as informed management of agricultural activity and forest conservation by administrations to face the challenges of climate change.
Eleven researchers are coordinating these actions on health, agriculture and forest fires.
Héctor Sarnago and Óscar Lucía, I3A researchers, receive the prize for the best paper at the International Congress on Power Electronics held in Estonia. The electric vehicle is one of the GEPM's lines of work.
Both entities have signed an agreement with a budget of 220,000 euros, the aim of which is to predict what the next floods could be like.
A recognition to this supplement of Heraldo de Aragón for its work during 30 years to give visibility to research and to the people behind scientific achievements.
A 25% of each contract, type N3 or N4, will be co-funded. It is aimed at students who have enrolled, are admitted or in pre-admission, in a doctoral programme of the University of Zaragoza, tutored by a permanent member of the I3A.
A recognition awarded by the prestigious European Association of Computer Graphics (Eurographics).
Today's world cannot be understood without the technology and science of light. Photonics is key to help solve global challenges in fields such as health, information and communications, industry, energy and the environment.
I3A Unizar researcher Jaime Ibáñez wins funding from the European Research Council to study brain activity based on the muscular system.
A working team, including I3A researcher Julia Ramírez, is looking for new tools to improve the early diagnosis of heart disease.
Professionals with an outstanding professional career abroad join the University of Zaragoza's Institute to develop their research careers.
With the aim of working towards a sustainable open data ecosystem, they participated in a week-long series of training sessions to address current and future challenges.
The European Commission has selected proposals by Joan Manyá, Pilar García and Esther Pueyo on electrochemical energy storage, modelling of coastal flows with river and urban flooding and technologies for atrial fibrillation.
The University of Zaragoza appears in this ranking as the eighth Spanish University in Engineering, and the first in Robotics, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Biomedical Engineering.
Three male and two female researchers from the I3A at the University of Zaragoza are trying to convert agricultural and livestock waste into new products and obtain alternative energy sources.
The Graphics & Imaging Lab group of the I3A, led by Professor Diego Gutiérrez, will coordinate the ENLIGHTEN project in which they will work to create devices that will enable advances in automatic driving, rescue missions or medical imaging.
The Personalised Medicine Laboratory of the I3A has around 12 ongoing projects with more than 30 researchers working in multidisciplinary teams alongside healthcare professionals.
A team of researchers from the M2BE group of the I3A has published a scientific article on how lung adenocarcinoma recruits assistant cells that can favour the dissemination of cancer cells.
The GITSE research group of the I3A starts a new project on ecological and digital transition.
Victoria Mingote, a young researcher at the I3A, receives the IberSpeech 2022 prize for the best thesis and the Speech Technologies Thematic Network prize for the best article.
Manuel Silva Suárez died yesterday in Zaragoza. He devoted 43 years to teaching and research and stood out for his humanist and social facet.
From Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25th, the Aragonese capital will host the 5th Iberian Robotics Congress, where the latest lines of research and ongoing projects will be presented.
The Aragon Institute for Engineering Research (I3A) and the Aragon Institute for Health Research (IIS) share their projects and lines of work at a conference held at the CIBA.
The researcher Julia Ramírez, receives the Young Research Talent award, a runner-up in this category was Beatriz Moya and the CREG group received the Transfer to Business award.
Driven by the IDERGO research group, they have created a digital tool based on motion capture to reduce joint injuries in workers.
Researchers from the Cima University of Navarra in collaboration with groups from the I3A design microtissues that for the first time are capable of simulating the behaviour of artificial cardiac tissue.
Two large helium balloons rose to the stratosphere, up to more than 25,000 metres and reached the Hoya de Huesca, allowing data to be taken from various scientific experiments.