Arquivo de notícias de June de 2019

The stations were installed next to the Environment Excellency Center Building.


The analyzes confirm that the litter is made of polyethylene, one of most used plastics in the industry, especially in the packaging for food products.


These results are another sign of the quality of the scientific research developed on the FCT NOVA Campus.


The professor and researcher of FCT NOVA was between June 9 and 15 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, to work with the thematic teams.


"The possibility to coordinate such Action is the recognition of the importance of the field of green chemistry and sustainable engineering in European policies", says Ana Rita Duarte.


If the species is confirmed, this is the fourth oldest dinaussauro nest in Europe to be found in the region.


The new drinking fountains are part of the plastic reduction measure promoted by the FCT NOVA Mais Sustentável project.


There were 54 children and students and 28 educators and teachers who came to the campus of Caparica to present original works in the area of ​​natural sciences, developed vertically by preschool, 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles of basic education, in a multidisciplinary perspective and integrating technology and communication in science across the whole project.


This award is more than recognition of the work of the team, a validation of the importance of the device that is being developed.


Chieko Asakawa is the prestigious Japanese visually impaired scientist, known for her work at IBM Research - Tokyo in the area of ​​accessibility.


Taking advantage of the proximity of the Environment Day (June 5) and Oceans Day (June 8), FCT NOVA and LPN promoted cleaning actions on the banks of Tejo.


This article describes for the first time the mechanism of reduction of a molecular species with potential of use in processes of radiotherapy, in isolated and hydrated conditions, thus allowing a description of the molecular mechanisms that make it a potential radiosensitizer