The exhibition seeks to unveil the contribution of these industries to the country and reflect on the future of these materials in museums.


A entrega do certificado decorreu no dia 28 de julho, em Setúbal, por ocasião da comemoração do 47.º aniversário do Parque Natural da Arrábida. Na esteve presente o Diretor da NOVA FCT, José Júlio Alferes, que entregou a distinção "Pedra Património Mundial" (Heritage Stone) ao Presidente da Câmara do munícipio, André Martins.


The scientific meeting brought together around twenty experts and key stakeholders as important key-informants in the field of digital health services delivery, development, and innovation, as well as in the area of human resources and digital health information systems. 


NOVA University Lisbon renowned for its strong international focus, commitment to sustainable development, and collaborative research culture has been honoured by the Technological Scouting Program.


The research is a collaboration between the research units UCIBIO, LAQV, and CENIMAT.


This is the first journal to focus on this area, and publications will focus on experimental and theoretical approaches to support and promote ongoing research.


NOVA FCT participates in the Inspiring Future project, promoted by FUTURE Association, since 2013, when the initiative started.


This award represents NOVA's continuous work and commitment to providing innovative solutions that meet the Sustainable Development Goals, an official commitment of the University.


The purpose of this initiative is to foster collaboration between the Navy, academia, and industry and provide opportunities for partnerships and cooperative initiatives that promote the identification of open and collaborative innovation projects.


The Dean of NOVA FCT stressed again that these contracts are important to structure the pedagogical and scientific policy and restore the fairness of the positions.


The awarded paper presents an alternative design and construction for a new Ionisation vacuum gauges, which aims to suppress the lack of accuracy and the fragility of the ionisation gauges that currently exist.