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Studying children's eye movements advances the understanding of specific language impairment

Studying children's eye movements advances the understanding of specific language impairment

The findings of a joint UOC and UB study have important educational and clinical implications in terms of helping to focus efforts on improving language production in the early treatment of the disorder

Barcelona City Council and the UOC seek to recover the city's historical memory

Barcelona City Council and the UOC seek to recover the city's historical memory

The Universitat Oberta de Catalonia (UOC) is promoting a series of activities under the slogan "Digital City", one of the itineraries making up this year's Open City Biennial of Thought

The UOC breaks into the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and is the only online university included from Spain

The UOC breaks into the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and is the only online university included from Spain

The UK's leading higher education publication has ranked the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) for the first time, scoring it twelfth highest of the thirty-eight Spanish universities included in its World University Rankings

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President Planell takes part in the J-WEL Week, MIT
22/10/2018

At Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. 

Sharing Cities Summit 2018
12/11/2018 - 15/11/2018
At Barcelona. 
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Joan Comella,CEO of the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute

"The technology will change how medicine is practised but we need to teach professionals to maintain the human touch when interacting with patients"
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The UOC welcomes some 20 students who are refugees in Lebanon

The UOC welcomes some 20 students who are refugees in Lebanon

The beneficiaries of these language scholarships are Syrians, Palestinians and Pakistanis

Exercise, avoiding stress and having a high level of intellectual activity help protect against Alzheimer's disease

Exercise, avoiding stress and having a high level of intellectual activity help protect against Alzheimer's disease

Doing this oxygenates the neurons and increases the surface area of the brain attacked by the disease

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