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The KR & JD studios (Kevin Roche and John Dankeloo) presented the project that won the international competition organized by our Group, which was also attended by Norman Foster & Partners, Rafael Moneo and KMD (Kaplan, Mc Laughlin Diaz) from California. Kevin Roche (Dublin, 1922) is one of the main exponents of American postmodern architecture.

A disciple of Mies van der Rohe, he has developed an essential architecture characterized by the use of glass. His imposing glass buildings won him the 1982 Pritzker Prize, the most prestigious architectural award.

Energy consumption is of the highest efficiency, with savings in water, electricity and paper, through shared management of printers and photocopiers, as well as maximization of reuse and recycling procedures and systems.

Prior to its existence, the Group’s central services were distributed among 25 different buildings in Madrid, so that the reduction in maintenance costs and the reduction of time spent on travel between work centers have been very significant.

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They also carry out a wide training and dissemination activity, highlighting the Master’s Degree in Science and Technology from Space and the PhD program in Space Research and Astrobiology that is taught jointly with the Center for Astrobiology (CAB) of INTA-CSIC.

The group includes PhDs in physics and engineering, PhD students, engineers (in electronics, computer science, industrial and telecommunications) and programmers. All of them belong to the Departments of Automatics and Physics and Mathematics. These factors provide the group with a great potential to cover both scientific and technological aspects in the development of space missions.

During this period of time we carried out research projects in collaboration with national and foreign institutions. Among them the IFIC of the University of Valencia, the Physics Department of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the Institute for Advanced Studies in Dublin, the HH Wills Physics Laboratory of the University of Bristol and the Space Sciences Department of the European Space Agency (ESA).

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But a veterinarian can also work in a livestock farm, ensuring the highest profitability of the production process, through genetic improvement, breeding, health and management of livestock, while taking care of the environment and animal welfare. It can also develop its work in an agri-food company, taking care of the efficiency and safety in the production of foodstuffs. With all this, the veterinary profession contributes to the production of wealth, especially in the rural world, and to the generation of consumer goods, especially food, of quality, affordable and safe.

In the field of Public Health, the veterinarian takes care of human health, assuming the tasks of food inspection, from its origin until it reaches the consumer, and control of diseases transmissible from animals to humans (zoonoses), from his position in the Administration, or in the company.

The ideal entry profile of the student of the Degree in Veterinary Medicine corresponds to a person with an important vocational component who must have certain knowledge, abilities and skills for the adequate follow-up and development of the training program. For this, it is necessary that in your previous training you have acquired a solid specific knowledge in the subjects of Biology (animal and plant), Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. In particular, knowledge of Chemistry, both organic and inorganic, leading to the biochemical basis of life, the genetic code and physiology is necessary. Also biology, both plant and animal, from the molecular levels to the cellular organization of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. Regarding Mathematics, you should have both general and statistical knowledge.

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BEST (Board of European Students of Technology) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit student association. BEST is made up of some 3,800 volunteers who are members of local BEST groups in 95 universities of technology in 33 countries.

BEST strives to foster diversity by developing technology students through complementary education,[1] vocational training support and participation in the European education system. By providing opportunities for students to meet and learn from each other through academic and non-academic events and educational symposia, BEST promotes the development of a more international and non-judgmental awareness and encourages European mobility, intercultural relations and communication.

The aim of BEST’s Educational Involvement Department is both to raise students’ awareness and involvement in educational issues, and to collect their input and disseminate it to those interested in higher education.

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