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The active engagement of the attendees highlighted the importance of initiatives like Bridge Talks in driving innovation and development, offering a platform for the exchange of ideas.


Project led by NOVA FCT brings together experts and stakeholders to identify appropriate ways of managing water and emerging pollutants.


The winning team has been awarded €5,000 to propel their project forward. 


Ocean Community (OC), is a global community and platform, for ocean caring people, innovators and entrepreneurs to connect, learn, innovate and to shape our community acting in the best interest of the ocean. 


This grant is part of an European programme that aims to support the creative and innovative potential of researchers holding a PhD who wish to acquire new skills through advanced training and international, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility.




Researcher Ana Rita Duarte, from NOVA FCT Department of Chemistry, along with PhD students Liane de Meneses and Filipe Oliveira, promotes the use of sustainable green chemistry practices to address Boehringer Ingelheim's challenge.


The panel brought together experts in the field, including Rodrigo Martins, who has devoted a significant part of his life to this domain. In 2021, the professor spearheaded the launch of a two-volume educational book on materials and devices for photovoltaic applications.


Since 1992, the LIFE Programme has been one of the European Union's funding instruments for the environment and climate action.


The exhibition showcases work developed by students in the Master's program in Sustainable Urbanism and Spatial Planning from 2016 to 2023.


The project 'X-STREAM' offers a sustainable solution for generating and capturing energy through photovoltaic systems. 


During the REN Prize ceremony, Diogo Lavado's thesis, conducted as part of his master's degree in Computer Engineering, received an honorable mention.


This new interdisciplinary programme is the result of a partnership between five schools at NOVA University Lisbon - the NOVA School of Law, Nova SBE, NOVA FCT, NOVA FCSH and NOVA IMS - as well as the University of the Algarve and the University of Évora.