Arquivo de notícias de November de 2021

Bruce Adolphe's music conference closes American Corner Portugal's tenth anniver

The NOVA School of Science and Technology Library closes the celebration of the tenth anniversary of American Corners Portugal with a music conference entitled “Hear America Singing: Opera and the American Identity” by Bruce Adolphe, which will take place on December 6th, at 6 pm, at the Rectory of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Highest distinction of the Order of Engineers awarded to Fernando Santana

On the occasion of the 85th Anniversary of the Ordem dos Engenheiros, the highest distinction of the OE - Gold Medal - was, posthumously, awarded to Fernando Santana.

Isabel Moura elected Fellow by the European Academy of Sciences

Isabel Moura, Professor from the Department of Chemistry at NOVA School of Science and Technology | FCT NOVA, was elected as a Fellow by the European Academy of Sciences.


The NOVA School of Science and Technology (FCT NOVA) collected 9.5 tonnes of electrical and electronic waste, guaranteeing the best classification ever by a Higher Education Institution in the 13th edition of the Depositrão Generation Contest.


Dário Pedro and Francisco Nogueira, respectively student and alumnus at the NOVA School of Science and Technology, are the winners of the Academy and Startup categories of the fifth edition of the Altice International Innovation Award.


The winning work was "Tailoring Resistive Switching Characteristics of IGZO-based Memristive Devices for Artificial Deep Learning Neural Networks".


In the strategy for a more sustainable campus, the NOVA School of Science and Technology is developing actions to improve its waste management and new infrastructure to increase recycling rates.


The Eco-School distinction, promoted by Blue Flag Association of Europe, corresponds to the recognition of the work developed by the Sustainability team at FCT Sustentável, in the pursuit of a +Sustainable Campus, constantly seeking the involvement of the entire community in a collaborative way.


NOVA School of Science and Technology's research centers organized visits to laboratories, experiments, workshops, and many activities to disseminate and raise awareness in the areas of science and technology.  


A carnivorous dinosaur is the theme that brought the Lanzendorf - National Geographic Award, in the best Scientific Illustration category, to Portugal for the first time, the most important distinction in the area.


María Ríos, researcher at GeoBioTec in the Department of Earth Sciences at the NOVA School of Science and Technology, is part of the team that discovered the first evidence of the presence of the extinct giant giraffe Sivatherium in Western Europe.

Luís Moniz Pereira

The proposal for the attribution of the title came from the Department of Computer Science of the NOVA School of Science and Technology and was unanimously approved by the College of Directors on March 18, 2021.