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Science and Society
Optimization of cork composites for injection molding in highlight
Study on Non-isothermal crystallization kinetics of CPC by Sara Magalhães da Silva, Paulo Silva Lima and José Martinho Oliveira made the cover of JAPS magazine.
New self-separating catalyst based on a hybrid molybdenum oxide
Tatiana Amarante, Patrícia Neves, Anabela Valente, Filipe Paz, Martyn Pillinger and Isabel Gonçalves are authors of a Featured Article for the Journal of Catalysis.
Pyroelectric effect discovered in diphenylalanine tubular structures
Andrei Kholkin research on self-assembled biocompatible FF microtubes open doors to new biomedical application.
Research on immiscible ionic liquids laureated
Catarina Seiça Neves won the best poster award at the 8th Green Solvents Conference in Kiel, Germany.
Nanocellulose and copper nanowires for electrical applications
Ricardo Pinto distinguished with best oral presentation award at 2nd International EPNOE Junior Scientists Meeting, Sophia Antipolis, France.
New bone cement enhances treatment of vertebral fractures
Paula Torres, under the supervision of José M. F. Ferreira and Susana Olhero, create new biomedical naterial based on manganese, strontium and sucrose.
Mikhail Zheludkevich recognized for his research on corrosion science
Tajima Prize will be awarded during the 67th annual meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE).
Manuela Fernandes awarded in the Junior Euromat conference
“Microstructural evolution of K0.5Na0.5NbO3 thin films by in-situ TEM sintering” was highlighted in conference organized by the Federation of European Materials Societies
Lighting up Brownian ballistic velocity
Carlos Brites, Mengistie Debasu, João Rocha and Luís Carlos co-developed an optical method for measuring the instantaneous Brownian velocity of colloidal suspensions.
Study on CO2 separation method in biogas production laureated
Mirtha Lourenço, a PhD student supervised by Richard Gomes and Paula Ferreira win best poster award in international symposium.
Research on thermoelectric materials highlighted
Andrei Kovalevsky, Aleksey Yaremchenko, Sónia Patrício, Javier Macías and Jorge Frade are authors of the article highlighted by the journal Chemistry of Materials.
Royal Society of Chemistry distinguishes João Rocha and Helena Nogueira
Director and CICECO Researcher were peer elected as Fellows of the larger chemical society in the world.
New green material with high applicability in civil engineering
Nuno Gama was distinguished at ICMTech-2016 due to the development of glycerol foam with high thermal and acoustic insulation and fire resistance.
João Rocha elected to the Scientific Committee of EURASC
One of the three European scientists peer selected by the Chemistry Division of the European Academy of Sciences.
Discovery of new high performance bio-based polyester resin
Andreia Sousa, Armando Silvestre and Carmen Freire develop biomaterials with wide industrial applicability.
Thermoreversible ABS: towards novel separation processes
Helena Passos, Andreia Luís, João Coutinho and Mara Freire advances in ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems published in Scientific Reports journal
Open door to highly energy-efficient RAM memory
Carlos Amorim, PhD student in Physics, is the lead author of the finding that can be extremely useful for mobile technology.
Luís Carlos elected as Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences
Recognition of the scientific merit and relevant collaboration in the development of science in Brazil
New ceramic tableware for induction systems
Paula Seabra, Rui Novais and Rob Pullar create new product in response to the increasing popularity of the new heating system
Innovative optical circuits worth Calouste Gulbenkian prize
Rita Bastos from CICECO and IT won incentive prize to develop low cost photonic integrated circuits for next generation optical access networks.
Potato industry waste generates green packaging
Idalina Gonçalves, Paula Ferreira e Manuel Coimbra (QOPNA) develop prototypes based on starch bioplastics for application in the food industry
Paula Vilarinho highlighted as a success story
The researcher is the only Portuguese women featured in the book "Successful Women Ceramic and Glass Scientists and Engineers: 100 Inspirational Profiles"
The Plastics Of The Future?
Marina Matos, Andreia Sousa, Armando Silvestre, Carla Vilela and Carmen Freire are authors of the review article highlighted on the inside cover of Polymer Chemistry
CICECO paper on the cover of PCCP (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Sara Fateixa, Helena Nogueira e Tito Trindade are the authors of the review article on nanostructures applied in surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)
Filipe Almeida Paz won Vicente Seabra Medal
Portuguese Chemical Society recognizes the scientific activity and independence of the young researcher
Alexander Tkach explores giant magnetoresistance (GMR)
The research, developed in partnership with German institutions, has just been published in the journal Nature Physics
Tracing of aerosol sources in an urban environment using chemical, Sr isotope, and mineralogical characterization.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research
Single-step extraction of carotenoids from brown macroalgae using non-ionic surfactants.
SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
Determination of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural in honey, using headspace-solid-phase microextraction coupled with a polyoxometalate-coated piezoelectric quartz crystal.
Nanoplatforms for Plasmon-Induced Heating and Thermometry.
Implementing luminescence thermometry at 1.3 mu m using (GdNd)(2)O-3 nanoparticles.
JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE
Instantaneous ballistic velocity of suspended Brownian nanocrystals measured by upconversion nanothermometry.
Nanocellulose/poly(methacryloyloxyethyl phosphate) composites as proton separator materials.
A Comparative Study of Chemical Routes for Coating Gold Nanoparticles via Controlled RAFT Emulsion Polymerization.
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization
Low-temperature photoluminescence in self-assembled diphenylalanine microtubes.
PHYSICS LETTERS A
Evaporation-Driven Crystallization of Diphenylalanine Microtubes for Microelectronic Applications.
CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN
BI(M) ATLAS - medicina regenerativa
Research Field: Chemistry
Application deadline: 2017-02-11
BI(M) CICECO - Aveiro Institute of Materials - LDH surface treatments
Research Field: Chemistry
Application deadline: 2017-02-10
BI(M) CICECO - Instituto de Materiais de Aveiro - espectroscopia
Research Field: Engineering
Application deadline: 2017-02-08
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