News




Members of i-UNAT are leading the Project MITIMAC

Members of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT) of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria are leading the Project under the acronym of MITIMAC. This is a cooperation Project co-financed by the Interreg MAC 2014-2020 Programme, and which brings together a consortium of fourteen entities from the Canary Islands, Madeira, Azores, Cape Verde, Senegal and Mauritania, to be executed between January 2020 and December 2022.


GEOLODIA AT HOME 2020

This year, “Geolodía” is staying at home.

Geolodía is the great festival of geology in Spain. It is an annual celebration that we share with all those fans of our science.


CONFERENCE: PRESENCE AND IMPACT OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS: CASE STUDIES IN THE CANARY ISLANDS

Prof. Dr. José Juan Santana Rodríguez, Director of i-UNAT and Professor of Analytical Chemistry will give a lecture entitled "Presence and impact of emerging contaminants in natural ecosystems: case studies in the Canary Islands", next Thursday, 5th March, at the Real Academia Canaria de Ciencias.


I-UNAT RESEARCHERS DETERMINE THE REMOVAL OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN CAMPUS SEWAGE THROUGH NATURAL PURIFICATION PROCESSES

Researchers from i-UNAT have studied the capacity of natural purification system located on Tafira Campus to eliminate organic micro-contaminants, in particular hormones and personal care products (PCPs) from sewage. The study has been developed by the researchers Rayco Guedes Alonso, Sarah Montesdeoca Esponda, José Alberto Herrera Melián, Zoraida Sosa Ferrera and Jose Juan Santana Rodríguez and the students of the Industrial and Civil Engineering School Raquel Rodríguez Rodríguez, Zeneida Ojeda González and Vanessa Landívar Andrade.



Reconocimiento a la carrera investigadora

On January 25, during the institutional act of investidure of New Doctors of the ULPGC, Professor Dr. José Juan Santana Rodríguez and director of the i-UNAT, received the distinction of RECOGNITION TO THE CAREER OF RESEARCHER UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSORS OF THE ULPGC in the Science Area.


Sarah Montesdeoca has received the ULPGC's Reconocimiento a Jóvenes Investigadores Destacados

Sarah Montesdeoca Esponda, researcher of AQMA group, has received the ULPGC's Reconocimiento a Jóvenes Investigadores Destacado in the area of Science.




AFRICAGUA 2019 - FUERTEVENTURA

Researchers from the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources at the Africagua Canary Islands Meeting.


The Photocatalysis and Spectroscopy for Environmental Applications group finalizes its research project

The Photocatalysis and Spectroscopy for Environmental Applications (FEAM) research group is a division within the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT). This division is a recognized research group within the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC).

The Project actually started in May 2018. This Project entitled Investigation of the interactions of NOX on semiconductors supported in bioadsorbents, from different vegetal residues of Gran Canaria, and of the efficiency of their elimination.


Interview with Pedro Sosa, Professor of Botany

Pedro Sosa, Professor of Botany and member of the Institute for Environmental Studies and Natural Resources imparted the inaugural lecture dedicated to the biodiversity of the Canary Islands during 2019-2020 Academic Opening Ceremony of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 

 



Events