The competition is intended for students of Portuguese nationality who are attending a doctorate or master's degree in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In total 6 internships will be awarded .
More than 20 activities were designed to promote the different areas of knowledge of this Faculty, from laboratory visits, workshops to analysis of science techniques.
The book is the result of an invitation from the Court of Auditors to the NOVA School of Science and Technology professor, Luís Trabucho de Campos. The launch took place on November 11th.
João Sàágua, Rector of NOVA, stated that “FCT NOVA is an example of a global faculty capable of serving society through knowledge".
Researchers and PhD students were invited to inaugurate the exhibition “Jewels of Science” as models of the pieces before they are deposited in the stands where they will be on display until November 24.
One post-doc fellowship is opened under the scope of project MARVEN (ref. FA_05_2017_007), “The MARVEN Project: The Portuguese biotechnological database for marine animal venoms and toxins”/ Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCT-NOVA), which is co-financed by Fundo Azul (Open call n.º 5/2017).
One Research Fellowship for a PhD holder is opened under the scope of project MarLEM (Maritime Logistics Engineering and Management), which is co-funded by European Maritime and Fisheries Fund of the European Union under the following call EMFF-BlueEconomy-2018, grant agreement number 863713
The award-winning study contributes to the creation of a reference situation for local policies and plans at European level.
NOVA School of Science and Technology was present at the 1st Sustainable Campus Conference with two oral presentations and the signing of the Letter of Intent of the Sustainable Campus Network, thus assuming its commitment to sustainability principles and practices in higher education.
Paulo Blikstein, professor and researcher at Stanford University, expert in cutting-edge educational technologies, presents the video lecture “The maker movement and digital manufacturing in education: revolution or fad?”
This type of crocodilomorphs can reach sizes up to five meters in length, however, it was estimated that the “Crocodile” measured less than one meter in length, hence its nickname.