The TecnoCampus, thanks to the financial endowment of the City Council of Mataró, launches again the Covid-19 grants for undergraduate students linked to financial implications for Covid-19. This is a type of grant from which all students enrolled in the 2021-2022 academic year will be able to benefit.
The TecnoCampus hosted last Saturday, June 12, the second edition of the HackGirl, where 33 girls between 12 and 18 years created technological solutions to current and future challenges based on the production and consumption model of circular economy.
The TecnoCampus has obtained certification as a Cycle Friendly Employer work center, a recognition promoted by the European Federation of Cyclists. The aim is to highlight and value the work of companies, administrations and organizations in promoting the use of bicycles among their employees and students.
A total of 51 high school students, training cycles and the University participated last weekend in the Som Hackathon, jointly organized by the TecnoCampus, the City of Mataró and the cooperative Som Mobilitat. On this occasion, it has focused on the construction of technological solutions for local and responsible consumption.
The TecnoCampus has opened registrations for the Open Day for future undergraduate students, which will be held on April 10 in hybrid format, as teaching is being developed at the TecnoCampus since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of the attendees will be able to follow in person, in small groups, the various sessions that have been organized to publicize the 17 degrees that are taught on this campus of Pompeu Fabra University in Mataró.
The TecnoCampus, the Mataró City Council and the Som Mobilitat cooperative are organizing a new edition - the fifth - of the “Som Hackathon” on 16, 17 and 18 April, focusing this time on the construction of technological solutions for local and responsible consumption.
The TecnoCampus has opened registrations at Degree Information Week, which will be held between 1 and 5 March in afternoon sessions and online. It is an initiative that wants to bring the university reality closer to future students, with a formula adapted to the current reality, marked by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The TecnoCampus presented last Friday, February 5, what is the third university-company chair that has been launched since the inauguration of the park. This is the Chair of Circular Economy and Sustainability, which is in addition to the existing ones: in Aging and Quality of Life and in Social and Cooperative Economy.
The mayor of Mataró and president of the TecnoCampus Mataró-Maresme Foundation, David Bote, and the general manager of HARTMANN Spain, Jordi Guinovart, have today signed two collaboration agreements at the company's headquarters in the Pla d' in Boet de Mataró, from where sanitary products - such as the popular Tiritas - are produced for the whole world.
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