LYMC 2021

The meeting aims to bring together Post-Doctoral, PhD and Master students from Universities in Lisbon and allow an environment conducive to the exchange of experiences and ideas among young researchers, enhancing their scientific training.


O troféu referente a este prémio foi entregue no decurso do 44.º Colóquio da Qualidade da APQ.


On April 19 and 20, the NOVA School of Science and Technology hosts the 8th Doctoral Conference and the 11th Winter School on Technology Assessment, events that permit doctoral students to present their research.


The social platform is free and intuitive, organizes places by themes (cafe, library, university, nature, open 24 hours, quiet, office, aesthetic, and good light), and allows suggestions by users to be added.


The Vinnakota Prize celebrates the most promising students who carry out structural stability research.


“The numbers reveal that droughts are progressively frequent and more intense and that the episodes are more serious, in particular for cereals” explains Teresa Brás, lead scientist of the study and researcher at the Nova School of Science and Technology


As novas bolsas, promovidas pelos Serviços de Ação Social da NOVA (SAS NOVA), vêm responder ao aumento de pedidos de alunos que não conseguem obter qualquer prestação de apoios ou benefícios ou não detém elegibilidade para ser abrangido pelas bolsas da Direção-Geral do Ensino Superior (DGES).


The Paleontologist of NOVA, Miguel Moreno-Azanza, says that this review opens the door to new discoveries in the area and adds the importance of extending 


The project demonstrated that printed electronic components, such as sensors and smart tags on paper, can play an essential role in establishing an intelligent environment for production, sales, and logistics.


The creation of the new laboratory, which will feature cutting-edge technological equipment, aims to strengthen the research capacity in the field of materials, with an impact on the transfer of technology to various industrial sectors at regional, national, and international levels.


Organised by the EU Interreg Atlantic Area funded EMPORIA4KT project, the Blue Economy Technology Transfer Programme provides participants with a unique opportunity to simultaneously learn the core concepts necessary for transferring ideas from academia to industry while also networking with fellow researchers, industry experts and senior academic researchers.


VINEAS is the result of the MEDCLIV project led in Portugal by NOVA School of Science and Technology, co-financed by EIT Climate-KI, which unites five countries in the Mediterranean region, one of the most affected by climate change.