Researchers at the University Pompeu Fabra generate a high-resolution atlas of the heart using a mathematical model

Researchers at the University Pompeu Fabra have generated a high-resolution atlas of heart with 3D images taken in 138 people. The study shows that you can get the average image of an organ and its variations, allowing individual cases to compare and differentiate between healthy and pathological forms.

"This atlas is a statistical description of the issue that have the heart and its parts, as the ventricles and atria" explains to SINC Corné Hoogendoorn, CISTIB site investigator at the University Pompeu Fabra.


Spain ranks 27th in innovation as the Bloomberg Innovation Quotient

Spain ranks 27th in innovation Innovation Quotient by Bloomberg. Spain is just ahead of New Zealand and China occupying position 28 and 29 respectively, and behind that occupy Hungary and Portugal ranked 26th and 25th respectively.

This index created by the prestigious financial portal Bloomberg ranks countries on a scale from 0% to 100% using seven different factors, each of which is weighted by importance.


Spanish Network for Mathematics & Industry participates in the 2nd European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation

On 13 and 14 February 2013 was held on the Trade Fair and Congress Center of Malaga the second edition of Transfer Forum, a unique place in Spain to promote cooperation between the scientific and the business sector.


Spain's government approves the Spanish Strategy for Science, Technology and Innovation

The Council of Ministers approved the Spanish Strategy for Science, Technology and Innovation and the State Plan for Technical and Scientific Research and Innovation. Both documents are the pillars on which rests the design of government policy on R & D in the coming years. They aim to recognize and promote talent and employability, the promotion of business leadership in R + D + i, the promotion of scientific and technical excellence, and the development of activities to address the global challenges of society .


Fast Company publishes the list of the 50 most innovative companies of 2013

As reported in the magazine, this annual guide analyzes the state of innovation in the economy, with businesses whose innovations are having the greatest impact through their industry and culture as a whole.

First is the signature Nike in 2012 finalized two hits the market: FuelBand, an electronic bracelet that measures movements all day and Flyknit Racer, featherweight shoes that feel more like a sock over a sole. The result is a shoe that is greener and long term could reduce production costs.


Review of "TransMath: Innovative Solutions from Mathematical Technology" on RSME Gazette

The book TransMath: Innovative Solutions from Mathematical Technology, pubicado with Springer, lets spread the work over sixty Spanish research groups in the field of mathematical technology transfer to companies and industries. This is a unique and pioneering study in the field of mathematics.


The math in state network is looking closer to the productive sector

In September 2011 the Red math came in with the goal of becoming a single window for business and technology centers. The network uses the knowledge and expertise of the research groups, joining forces to market and productive. His experience is more than supported by figures like that in the past decade led some 300 research projects at regional, national and European, signed 400 contracts with industry and contributed about 40 software packages.



Innovation in Mathematica 9

Presentation focused primarily on the main innovations of Mathematica 9 as is the introduction of predictive interface and image processing wizard among many others. This seminar is intended for industry professionals and teachers, PhD students and researchers.




ADDLINK Software Científico

Feder-Innterconecta intended € 132M to promote major technological and industrial projects in strategic areas of Andalucia, Extremadura and Galicia

The Feder-Innterconecta program funded 132 million R & D projects in Galicia, Andalucia and Extremadura. Calls for aid aimed technological and industrial progress of the target regions through high-tech projects, high added value and to stimulate the creation of skilled jobs.


The Technological Institute of Industrial Mathematics is born as a center for technology transfer and research

The bodies of the three Galician universities met to sign the cooperation agreement to form a consortium of Industrial Mathematics Institute of Technology (ITMATI).

ITMATI has been driven by eleven scientists from nine research groups in Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research Universities belonging to Coruña, Santiago de Compostela and Vigo, and members of the Spanish Network Mathematics - Industry (math-in):

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