technological models for sustainable developmentA group of scientists from the Canary Islands universities invited by the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) to participate in its First Scientific Meeting, held in Fuerteventura between 8 and 11 June, presented various technological projects designed to promote a sustainable development.

At the session, led by the president of the Section of Health Sciences In the session, Maria Àngels Calvo, participated Josefa de la Rosa, director of the Centre for International Cooperation for Development of the University of Las Palmas; Juan Ruiz Alzola, professor at the University of Las Palmas and promoter of the MACbioIDi project for the development of a sustainable technology node in the Canary Islands; Catalina Ruiz, professor of Applied Physics at the University of La Laguna and Canary Islands Prize for Research and Innovation; Luis López, professor of the University of Las Palmas, Canary Islands Prize for International Cooperation and creator of the ULPGC-Unizambeze educational project, and Lluís Serra, professor of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Las Palmas.