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A CT BETA pilot plant at the company Mafrica enables progress towards "zero waste" strategies in the meat industry

A CT BETA pilot plant at the company Mafrica enables progress towards "zero waste" strategies in the meat industry

30.11.2022

56% of the world's consumption of fresh water for industrial uses takes place in the food and beverage industry. In the meat sector, pig slaughterhouses can use between 250 and 550 litres for each slaughtered animal, with the cleaning of carcasses and equipment and sanitisation...

UVic-UCC is visited from a delegation of representatives of foreign universities during the EAIE's annual conference

UVic-UCC is visited from a delegation of representatives of foreign universities during the EAIE's annual conference

13.09.2022

As part of the 32nd annual conference of the EAIE (European Association for International Education) that is taking place in Barcelona until 16 September, UVic-UCC was today visited by a delegation of 58 representatives from various foreign universities, many of which are partners of the...

UVic-UCC researchers will develop tools and resources to encourage digital literary reading in classrooms

UVic-UCC researchers will develop tools and resources to encourage digital literary reading in classrooms

15.03.2022

Digital literature, which has been created to be read on an electronic device, is an appealing and interactive form of narrative that encompasses the language of books, films, websites and radio, among other media. Scientific research addressing the impact of digital literature on students' reading...

A digital platform developed at UVic-UCC will help students to carry out a degree final project that solves real needs in the health field

A digital platform developed at UVic-UCC will help students to carry out a degree final project that solves real needs in the health field

02.03.2022

The EHECADI (European Health Care Final Dissertation) project, led by the University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), has been launched in order to help university students prepare their degree final project (DFP) starting in the first year, giving them a more pragmatic...

UVic will be offering two new university master's degrees next academic year - one on food and sustainability, and the other on accessible artistic practices

UVic will be offering two new university master's degrees next academic year - one on food and sustainability, and the other on accessible artistic practices

23.02.2022

UVic will be offering two new university master's degrees in the coming 2022-2023 academic year, which will be added to its range of second cycle studies. These are the master's degree in Food and Sustainability, within the Faculty of Health Sciences and Welfare, and the...

UVic-UCC is the third ranked young university in Catalonia and Spain, and 131st in the world according to the Times Higher Education ranking

UVic-UCC is the third ranked young university in Catalonia and Spain, and 131st in the world according to the Times Higher Education ranking

22.02.2022

UVic-UCC has been ranked 131st in the world in the Times Higher Education Young University Ranking, which focuses on 790 universities that are under 50 years old. This means that it also ranks third in Catalonia, behind Pompeu Fabra University and Ramon Llull University, and...

Teresa Jordà: "The BETA Technological Center's Fertimanure project takes the livestock farming sector towards the circular economy, which involves economic and social issues as well as environmental sustainability"

Teresa Jordà: "The BETA Technological Center's Fertimanure project takes the livestock farming sector towards the circular economy, which involves economic and social issues as well as environmental sustainability"

22.01.2022

Livestock farming is a very important economic activity in the European Union (EU) and the one that makes the most use of land, either directly or indirectly. European livestock farms produce 1,400 tonnes of manure, and only a very small fraction of this amount is...

Enrolment of new students in the UVic-UCC Bachelor's degrees for academic year 2021-2022 is up 16%

Enrolment of new students in the UVic-UCC Bachelor's degrees for academic year 2021-2022 is up 16%

20.11.2021

The number of new students enrolled in the official degree programmes at the Universitat de Vic ? Universitat Central de Catalunya (UVic-UCC) for academic year 2021-2022 has risen 16% compared to the previous year, with an increase of the number of students enrolled of 3,739....

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