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UCAM HiTech, located in the surroundings of the Los Jerónimos Campus and integrated into the National Network of High Technology Incubators, is a technological hub where entrepreneurship and research come together at the service of society. With 2,000 m2 of facilities, the 5.5-million-euro investment has been promoted and financed by the UCAM, and co-financed by FEDER funds, with the collaboration of the Incyde Foundation of the Spanish Chambers of Commerce.

UCAM HiTech: Research and entrepreneurship

Mon, 08/11/2021 - 16:22

UCAM HiTech, located in the surroundings of the Los Jerónimos Campus and integrated into the National Network of High Technology Incubators, is a technological hub where entrepreneurship and research come together at the service of society. With 2,000 m2 of facilities, the 5.5-million-euro investment has been promoted and financed by the UCAM, and co-financed by FEDER funds, with the collaboration of the Incyde Foundation of the Spanish Chambers of Commerce.

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At an event at the COE (Spanish Olympic Committee), the UCAM professor of Developmental Biology explained that these substances, which are from the body itself, make it possible to reduce recovery time by half, increase and prolong the functionality of muscles, both in elite athletes and in the general public.

Izpisua announces a breakthrough in metabolite treatment for muscle injuries that will revolutionise medicine

Tue, 19/10/2021 - 09:48

At an event at the COE (Spanish Olympic Committee), the UCAM professor of Developmental Biology explained that these substances, which are from the body itself, make it possible to reduce recovery time by half, increase and prolong the functionality of muscles, both in elite athletes and in the general public.

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Izpisua develops an advanced genome-editing tool to treat rare diseases

Izpisua develops an advanced genome-editing tool to treat rare diseases

Thu, 26/09/2019 - 10:15

The research team led by the Professor of the Gene Expression Laboratory of the Salk Institute, in the US, and Professor of Developmental Biology of the UCAM has observed, after testing the technique (SATI) in mice with progeria (premature ageing), a rejuvenation in various tissues, including skin and spleen, and 45% increase in their lifespan, which would be equivalent to more than a decade in case of humans. The advance has been published by the scientific journal Cell Research.

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