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The world is in constant change and the irruption of technology has made it accelerate even more in the last few years. Many areas are undergoing a transformation. What changes are we going to experience? What are the trends that will transform our society?

The Alumni Meetings will take experts from the University of Navarra to different cities to show their alumni what the world will be like in the coming decades. alumni what the world will be like in the coming decades. What will we talk about? The experts will talk with industry professionals about topics such as artificial intelligence, health, work or sustainability, from a human perspective.

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TRENDS | MEXICO | JUNE 15

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The University will travel to Mexico with Alumni to continue on contact with its alumni and to close Alumni Meetings 2024.

In this event we will count with the president of the University, María Iraburu (BIO'87 | PhD'92).

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Date: JUNE 15
Time: 11.00 AM

 

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"Trends that will transform our society"

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María Iraburu

president of the University of Navarra and professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology



   

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MADRID | MARCH 6

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Sustainability is a disruption in our society. How should countries, companies and institutions act in the face of this challenge? Four experts from different sectors reflected on the future of sustainability at the Alumni Meeting in Madrid at the roundtable "Deciphering sustainability: Economics, work and future", moderated by Alberto Andreudirector of the University of Navarra's Master's Degree on Sustainability.

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 "Deciphering Sustainability: Economics, work and future"  

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GIPUZKOA | 14 MARCH

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The emergence of Artificial Intelligence brings many uses and benefits to society. At the same time, it raises many ethical questions. What risks does society take with the development of this tool? What ethical challenges do we face and how can we address them?

At the Alumni Meeting Gipuzkoa, Idoia Ochoa (TECNUN'08), an expert in the field of emerging technologies, and Rubén Armañanzas, from the Institute of Science of the data and Artificial Intelligence (DATAI), brought us closer to this topic.

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ZARAGOZA | APRIL 25

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The digital era has brought about a profound transformation in the way professions are practiced. What is the nature of these changes? How do they affect development staff and social ?

In the Alumni Meeting in Zaragoza, with the participation of Ricardo PiñeroFull Professor at the University of Navarra, we delved into the meaning of work in the contemporary world. In addition, we had the presence of president, María Iraburu (BIO'87 | PhD'92).

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SEVILLE | MAY 9

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Advances in research and oncology innovation have a health, economic and social return. The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that the issue number of cases will increase in the coming decades to 28 million new diagnoses per year.

What are the main advances in the study of cancer? To what extent can the development of new technologies help in the prevention or early detection of the disease? What role does personalized medicine play?

At the Alumni Meeting in Seville, Dr. Bruno Sangro Dr. Bruno Sangro (MED-PhD'94) and Dr. Miguel Angel Dr. Miguel Angel Idoate (MED'82 | PhD'87) helped us to learn more about cancer.

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