Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have developed a new vegetal and affordable noise barrier that significantly reduces both noise and the environmental and landscape impact.
UPM researchers are involved in the development of a new biosensor that can be useful to achieve an early non-invasive diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease using magnetic resonance imaging.
His talent, effort and dedication have led Julio Gotor to be one of the winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018. This award recognizes the talent and commitment of Young european architects. Gotor is graduated from the ETSAM-UPM.
Researchers from UPM and INIA suggest replacing fallow lands with cover crops in order to increase the levels of carbon and soil nitrogen. It also enhances its quality and mitigates nitrate leaching in an agricultural land.