The motto for this celebration of museums, archives and libraries is “Togetherness - 7 days, 7 themes, 7 hashtags”
Resolution of 23 April 2020 by the Rector of the University of Granada establishing exceptional measures to assess students on international mobility programmes and international students on full degrees.
Instruction of 20th April 2020 from the University of Granada’s Secretary’s Office on the application of data protecion regulations in the use of digital tools.
Nearly 20,000 people have already watched the version of this song with Spanish subtitles. Over 70 people met online to record this university anthem, whose lyrics speak of victory over the coronavirus.
An interdisciplinary research group of engineers, biologists and doctors at the University of Granada (UGR) is designing the valves that control the pressure and oxygen flow of the REESpirator23, which is a ventilator model developed by the University of Oviedo that should be used as a last resource.
On 30 March 2020, the first doctoral thesis defences were held publicly via remote media at the University of Granada. The two sessions, which took place via videoconference using an application provided by the UGR’s Network and IT Services Centre (CSIRC), were attended by dozens of members of the university community.
The UGR Educational Psychology Office (GPP) offers tips and recommendations for students on day-to-day life during the lockdown due to the coronavirus situation.
Following the establishment of a national state of alarm by the Spanish government to tackle the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we would like to send you a message of calm, solidarity and encouragement as we face this difficult situation together. As you know, the situation is evolving very rapidly as exceptional measures are put in place around the world, including of course Spain, to combat the spread of the virus.
An international team of researchers, including scientists from the University of Granada, has successfully sequenced a chromosome of the Zebra Finch that is only found in the germline cells, which are generated when the songbirds are reproductively active (that is, producing eggs or sperm).
New electronic resources offered by a wide range of providers and publishers have been made available via the UGR Library website. Access to the resources is unrestricted, although they will be available for a limited period only. This measure aims to enhance the resources available to our library users in these difficult times owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. A VPN connection is needed to access these resources.