The activity will take place in August at the Lourinhã Museum, from Monday to Friday, from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
The protocols aim to promote the advanced training of scientists within the portuguese language community and to stimulate the progressive modernization and restructuring of engineering education in the European university context.
The "superstar of chemistry", who has inspired and motivated generations of students by getting across the message of Green Chemistry
The program includes the exhibition "Women in Mathematics - History and Portraits" which recalls the history of 12 women who were important to Mathematics and to society.
This year's edition will be dedicated to NOVA's talent, in particular to Researchers who have been awarded with grants from the European Research Council (ERC).
"CellmAbs is the result of the best work done nowadays in the Academy, this being a success case of transfering technology from the University to the market"
Sir Martyn Poliakoff is worldwide recognized as a global leader in Green Chemistry and it was by his suggestion that in 2019 the 150 years of the Periodic Table of the Elements are globally celebrated.
The prize is awarded annually by Banco Santander and aims to promote the generation and transfer of knowledge in the different domains of corporate social responsibility.
During the two weeks, the 20 participants, divided by five teams, will develop concrete proposals for the case studies.
Flávio Martins and André Mourão, researchers from NOVA LINCS, research center of FCT NOVA, competed with the project "Revisionist: Des-cobre as notícias", an online tool that allows to reveal post-publication changes in Portuguese news.
In total, 40 participants from 23 nationalities, accompanied by two coaches, work in an immersion environment to receive a change of consciousness necessary for the sustainability of the Planet.
The medal of scientific merit is intended to reward the individuals who, due to the high professional qualities and fulfillment of duty, have distinguished themselves by valuable and exceptional contribution to the development of science or scientific culture in Portugal.