The SMARTDEST project, led by the URV, has studied the conditions of the workforce in the tourism sector in Barcelona to determine the social consequences of intensive tourism in cities
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The index Scholarly Publishers Indicators, which assesses the prestige of academic publishers, ranks URV Publications in third position in absolute terms in the state as a whole and in first position in relation to other university press
The project led by the URV takes the exhibition and the documentary about the Rotspanier to Brussels. Students from the secondary school in Alcover present the work they have done on memory recovery for the project’s teaching unit.
The students have taken part in the excavation campaign this year and the researchers are studying the organisation of one of the most important cities in the province of Tarragona using satellite, drone and thermal camera images
Activities for schools and institutes, scientific workshops throughout the region and scientific tours have been the focus of this edition, one of the most popular in recent years.
Researchers evaluate the impact of the Nordic Barnahus model implemented as a pilot project in Tarragona so that it can be extended to the rest of Spain and they provide future magistrates with training on mechanisms to reduce the secondary victimisation of children
URV professor Joan Maria Thomàs participates in this international project, which aims to raise awareness of the military conflict and its impact
Research led by the URV has determined the impact of the pandemic on the journeys made by residents and visitors to the Camp de Tarragona region and on the mental health of public transport users
A URV study identifies for the first time the needs of LGBT+ students in educational centres and suggests actions to improve the situation in the Spanish education system
The finding has been confirmed in an experiment by researchers from the URV, the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, who propose a new approach to the debate on the advantages and disadvantages of bilingualism: a good performance in one area of linguistic ability may mean lower accuracy or speed in another, and vice-versa