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  • This area covers all the techniques carried out at UCA for the development, use and study of analytical methods to determine the characteristics of foodstuffs and their components. This information is crucial to understand the factors that determine the foodstuff ...

    Food analysis
  • This section centres on the study and analysis of a series of living beings that can only be visualized through the microscope and that can be found in marine ecosystems. They are mostly single-cell organisms, though in some cases they ...

    Analysis of marine microorganisms
  • Materials are elements that can be transformed and combined into a whole. Innumerable materials exist, composing different kinds of rock, soil, or mineral deposits that are accumulations of petroleum, asphalt, natural gas, and many others. Materials can be divided into ...

    Analysis, development and production of materials
  • The dynamic analysis of industrial and mechanical vibrations in industrial machinery and systems is a task that must be performed by engineers with the aim of calculating them, measuring them, analyzing their origin and applying correctives. This is so because ...

    Analysis of industrial and mechanical vibrations
  • This area centres on the study of how and why the various marine species known to humans interact with their environment, thus developing a series of functions that characterize these species.

    Physiological analysis of marine species
  • Historical analysis includes the methodologies, techniques and guidelines by which historians use primary sources and other historical evidence in their research to develop historiography.

    Historical analysis
  • Chemical analysis is the set of techniques that have been developed in order to solve the problems that can be originated within analytical chemistry. In order to understand this, it is important to know that analytical chemistry is the science ...

    Chemical analysis
  • Making use of waste means obtaining different products from agricultural refuse (straw, husks and peels, bones...), urban refuse, livestock refuse such as liquid manure or dung, sewage from water treatment systems, etc. Many of these waste products can be used ...

    Recovery of waste
  • Arbitration in law is a situation where arbitrators have to settle a controversy according to law, in a broad sense that comprises both the legislation of a specific country and general principles of law. In arbitration, arbitrators, rather than settling ...

    Arbitration
  • Archaeology is an academic discipline that studies the changes that take place in society by means of material remains. This discipline is an autonomous social science. Thus, it may be affirmed that its main objective is the study of changes ...

    Archaeology
  • Pharmacology is the science that studies the origin, the actions and the properties that chemical substances have on living organisms. It implies a unified study of the properties of chemical substances and living organisms, and of all aspects of their ...

    Advice on pharmacology
  • The legal consultancy service aims to provide advice on legal matters related to any branch of law in order to help to clarify and settle affairs involving a certain complexity. The large number of regulations controlling all issues makes it ...

    Legal consultancy
  • At UCA work is performed on process automation, applying different technologies that make it possible mainly to increase productivity and reduce costs, but also to minimize risks to persons, to facilitate processes that would be unfeasable manually, and to achieve ...

    Automation and control
  • A number of researchers at the University of Cádiz centre their activity on work with bioreactors, vessels or systems that preserve a biologically active environment. In some cases, these are employed to develop a chemical process involving organisms or ...

    Bioreactors
  • Working on water quality means determining if water is contaminated or not. The tolerable limits of the different substances found in water are imposed by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), and the governments of ...

    Water quality
  • Cartography is the science dealing with the study and production of geographic and territorial maps and of various linear dimensions. Cartography can also refer to a group of territorial documents related to a specific area of study.

    Cartography
  • Due to their extensive knowledge and to the work they have been developing for years, several research groups at the University of Cadiz can promote creative learning in order to transmit to the public the significance of the cultural or ...

    Museums and interpretation centres
  • In this section all the food manipulation processes in which UCA researchers are involved will be presented. These processes aim at preventing or slowing down food deterioration (loss of quality, edibility or nutritional values). This is usually achieved by preventing ...

    Food preservation
  • Although shipbuilding as such is not carried out at the University of Cádiz, diverse systems, techniques, objects or devices of great importance to shipbuilding are developed and contribute to the building of different kinds of vessels covering a wide ...

    Shipbuilding
  • In the fields of architecture and engineering, construction is the art or technique of producing buildings and infrastructures. In a broader sense, construction covers everything that requires a project and planning before being executed. The term construction is also applied ...

    Construction of buildings