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Issue 30 of UMH Sapiens (open story in a new window)

The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) is dedicating the 30th issue of the scientific journal, UMH Sapiens, to the youngest age groups. A test to discover vocations, plus film, microbiology, and a career of inventions are some of the contents from this periodical published by the Service of Communication, which is part of this university's Vice Rectorate for Student Affairs and Coordination.

V-Running Path (open story in a new window)

The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has inaugurated the new V-Running Path on its Elche Campus. This sporting installation features a route that is 2,395 meters in length and covered by five different surfaces: packed sand, fine gravel, synthetic rubber, artificial grass, and concrete.

Sampling of indoor aerosols to detect SARS-CoV-2 (open story in a new window)

A multidisciplinary research team formed by personnel from the universities of Miguel Hernández of Elche (UMH), Jaume I (UJI), and València (UV), led by UJI professor, Juana María Delgado Saborit, has begun installing equipment inside public spaces to measure and evaluate the genetic load of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

UMH week in images

Current news

Issue 30 of UMH Sapiens (open story in a new window)

The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) is dedicating the 30th issue of the scientific journal, UMH Sapiens, to the youngest age groups. A test to discover vocations, plus film, microbiology, and a career of inventions are some of the contents from this periodical published by the Service of Communication, which is part of this university's Vice Rectorate for Student Affairs and Coordination.

V-Running Path (open story in a new window)

The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has inaugurated the new V-Running Path on its Elche Campus. This sporting installation features a route that is 2,395 meters in length and covered by five different surfaces: packed sand, fine gravel, synthetic rubber, artificial grass, and concrete.

Sampling of indoor aerosols to detect SARS-CoV-2 (open story in a new window)

A multidisciplinary research team formed by personnel from the universities of Miguel Hernández of Elche (UMH), Jaume I (UJI), and València (UV), led by UJI professor, Juana María Delgado Saborit, has begun installing equipment inside public spaces to measure and evaluate the genetic load of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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