The Charles III University of Madrid (Spanish: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) is a public university in Spain.
Its three campuses are located in the municipalities of Leganés, Colmenarejo and Getafe, all of them in the Community of Madrid. Its name refers to Charles III of Spain
The university is ranked as one of the best universities in Spain. The undergraduate degrees in Business Administration, Economics and Law are ranked first, first and second respectively among those offered by public and private universities in Spain, and its Master and Ph.D. programs also rank top in the country. The Department of Economics is among the 50 best worldwide, and in the top 10 worldwide best in Econometrics.
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21st Century Cures: Modernizing Public and Private Research - The National Law Review
December 16, 2016 - The legislation also provides a total of $30 million in funding over the next 3 years for NIH, in coordination with the FDA, to award grants and contracts for clinical research using adult stem cells. Interestingly, the legislation requires grant ...
International trade implications post-Brexit - Open Democracy
December 14, 2016 - Luis was also legal advisor for Mexico in the negotiation of the bilateral investment treaties with the United Kingdom, China, India, Spain, Panama, Ukraine and Russia. Luis holds a Master's degree in European Union Law from Charles III University of ...
An Open Letter From 1500+ Fulbrighters Regarding The Election Of Trump - Huffington Post
November 15, 2016 - Candidate, Duke University, 2017. Adrienne Bryan (USA), Fulbright Scholar, Research Grant, Cusco, Peru, 2011–2012. Agnieszka Turlo (Poland), Fulbright Scholar, Visiting Researcher, Colorado State University, 2016–2017. Ahmad Miari (Germany), Fulbright ...
Primate research is crucial if we are to find cures for diseases like Parkinson's - The Guardian
September 13, 2016 - Primate research offers treatments, and hope for future treatments, to patients and their families. Already over 200,000 Parkinson's patients have had their life dramatically improved thanks to deep brain stimulation surgery, which reduces the tremors ...
Australian university defends using greyhounds for heart transplant study - The Guardian
September 12, 2016 - The joint study by the university and the Alfred hospital was critically important and the animals were not in any pain, Monash University said in a statement. “The research was approved by an independent ethics committee at the Alfred Medical Research ...
Charles Koch's Very Questionable 6-Step Guide to Founding a Free-Market Center at Your University - AlterNet
September 8, 2016 - Administrators with the Charles Koch Foundation (CKF), the primary Koch family foundation giving educational grants and funding APEE and its conferences, explained their pivotal role in these university-donor agreements. .... Koch-funded Center for ...
Tuning the instrument: Spider webs as vibration transmission structures - Phys.Org
September 6, 2016 - Two years ago, a research team led by the University of Oxford revealed that, when plucked like a guitar string, spider silk transmits vibrations across a wide range of frequencies, carrying information about prey, mates and even the structural ...
Bioengineering across borders - Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering
May 17, 2016 - As part of the European Union's TAHITI Project, which allows several EU researchers to visit JHU, Eugenio Marinetto from Charles III University of Madrid came to Johns Hopkins in fall 2014 to work on ultrasound-guided surgery projects and returned in ...
Best universities in Europe 2016 - Times Higher Education (THE)
March 9, 2016 - Germany is the next most represented European country, with 41 featured institutions, many of them in the top 100 universities. Of universities in mainland Europe, a Swiss institution – ETH Zurich – achieves the highest rank, making it into the top 10 ...
4 Myths About Americans Earning Graduate Degrees Abroad - U.S. News & World Report
May 26, 2015 - Some American graduate-degree-seeking students dismiss studying abroad as a tenable alternative to attending a school in the U.S. Jaime Ortega, associate professor of management and MBA program director at Charles III University of Madrid, said via ...
Charles III University of Madrid research articles from Innovation Toronto
- Simulator aims at artificial intelligence behavior almost indistinguishable from people – October 28, 2015
- Device created for faster skin biopsies without anesthesia – May 14, 2015
- Researchers Develop a Magnetic Levitating Gear – December 1, 2014
- An intelligent vehicle that can detect pedestrians at nighttime – May 7, 2014
- New magnetic materials for extracting energy from tides
- A sensor detects salt on the road to avoid excess
- A Terahertz generator with the highest signal quality
- Intelligent glasses designed for professors
- A system that improves the precision of GPS in cities by 90 percent
- The costs of climate change can be mitigated if economic activity moves in response
- Researchers have created glasses that indicate obstacles to patients with visual handicaps
- Artificial Intelligence for Improving Team Sports