Arquivo de notícias de October de 2020


The project, a world pioneer, consists of a digital platform that aims to promote good practices and civic participation to help municipalities to meet the sustainable development goals for 2030 defined by the UN.

Elvira Fortunato

The embassy of Chile in Portugal stresses that "this distinction recognizes the pioneering sense of the scientist's investigations in the area of transparent electronics.


NOVA, through NOVA School of Science and Technology, will develop two actions within the scope of this project in the context of carbon neutrality and sustainable construction in tourist developments.

Miguel Tomé

The fierce competition took place on October 18th in Oeiras and featured more than 51 elite athletes.


The excellent article "Linear and bifurcation analyzes combining shell and GBT-based beam finite elements" is co-authored by Rodrigo Gonçalves and Dinar Camotim.

Foto: lab.elearing FCT NOVA

The Scientific Symposium, which took place between the 21st and 23rd of October, brought together more than 30 presentations by participants and guests. The opening session was attended by Susana Filipe Barreiros, President of the Department pf Chemistry , and the coordinators of the two research centers.


The project was granted 450 thousand euros financing from the National Innovation Agency.

Paula Sobral

MARE's researcher and professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering was once again recognized for her career dedicated to environmental causes.

semana do acesso aberto 2020

This year's edition, under the theme “Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion”, gains particular relevance. 

Encontro Ciência 2020

From the 2nd to the 4th of November, the Ciência 2020 Meeting returns to the Lisbon Congress Center, in Belém.

Photo by Kelly Lacy from Pexels

"“In principle, we would deploy ten times more solar power with the sameamount of absorber material".


One Research Fellowship for a MSc 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.