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NOVA School of Science and Technology will continue to work to renew this distinction, with more activities and ambitious goals, in order to make our community and our campus progressively more sustainable.
In total, the 23 projects selected involve 347 research teams from 40 countries, including 34 participants from 16 countries outside the European Union and will be funded by the Horizon 2020 program.
The project aims to create an innovative platform based on nanotechnology for detecting the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in wastewater, leveraging the partners existing knowledge in the field of wastewater pretreatment and the development of biosensors.
The project was one of 19 selected from the Competition for Projects for Scientific Research and Technological Development within the scope of Forest Fire Prevention and Fighting promoted by the Foundation for Science and Technology.
The study and intervention at the Convent constitute the fundamental steps necessary for the requalification and enhancement of the space and that will allow visitors to appreciate this place more.
These Schools will introduce students from Bachelor's, Master's and pre-doctorate to scientific research practices.
R2Value is an initiative that aims to enable NOVA School of Science and Technology researchers to generate value from the research they develop.
In this national challenge, NOVA School of Science and Technology participated with eight teams and four reach the final.
The Conservation-Restoration and the Mathematics degrees have zero new graduates registered as unemployed in the IEFP (the national public employment service).
This support is intended to provide researchers from Portugal, Spain, Irland, France and the United Kigdom with the capacity to develop routes to market for early stage technologies.
NOVA stands out once again in international rankings