Arquivo de notícias de April de 2020

Research for COVD-19

In total, 1.8 million euros will support 66 projects that respond to the needs of the National Health Service through the funding line dedicated to Research 4 COVID-19. The announcement took place on April 21.

Nuno Peres

The award is presented during the "Annual Stability Conference" and aims to distinguish the most promising students performing research in structural stability.

Master Degrees and PhD Programmes 20/21

Our 2nd cand 3rd cycle courses allow you to guarantee a differentiating position in the job market and ensure above-average levels of professional success. Many count on the collaboration of other organic units as well as of recognized national and international institutions.

Pitch Bootcamp virtual

The virtual Pitch Bootcamp of FCT NOVA took place on April 16 and 17 and was attended by 140 students and 130 company representatives.




A call for a research scholarship for a doctoral student in the scope of Railway maintenance is open under the following conditions:

azul medieval

The results obtained in this research work are an important contribution to the preservation of our cultural heritage and are now published in the high-impact journal Science Advances.


The  NOVA School of Science and Technology also provides an online space where you can follow the news and initiatives of our students and teachers.

spin off AquaInSilico

AquaInSilico was established from the work of a team from the Biochemical Engineering (Bioeng) research group at UCIBIO, from the Department of Chemistry.


The CGDs are a family of rare metabolic pathologies, of a genetic nature, mostly multisystemic, pediatric and highly disabling. For this reason, it is significant to respond to these patients.

modelo STL das viseiras

The NOVA School of Science and Technology team, which is producing face masks using 3D printing, provides the model it is using to expand the production capacity of this personal protective equipment.

Beyond COVID19 fase de implementação

The program, launched on March 23, invited the academic and scientific community to propose real solutions — regional, national and international — to the challenges created by the pandemic.