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Textile fabrics incorporate touch-sensing and light-emitting functionalities
Helena Alves, in cooperation with CENTEXBEL and the University of Exeter, develops graphene fibers that will pave the way for creating revolutionary smart clothes.
Manuel Melle-Franco in the synthesis of giant graphene molecules
Article published in Angewandte Chemie, indicates potential application in the fields of electronics, photonics, and energy conversion.
Rute A. S. Ferreira has joined the Board of Editors of Materials Today
Elsevier's journal is one of the most highly respected sources of news and reviews in materials science over the last two decades.
Business idea awarded at "Born from Knowledge" competition
Extraction of antibodies from the egg yolk developed by Mara Freire, João Coutinho, Márcia Neves, and Sandra Bernardo won the competition in Health category.
New oleanolic acid green extraction method from olive leaves
Ana Cláudio, Emanuelle Faria, Armando Silvestre, Mara Freire and TU Wien team develop a method with high application potential in pharmaceutical and olive oil industry.
Aqueous biphasic systems for bioreaction-separation processes on the spotlight
Nature Catalysis highlighted integrated process for enzymatic catalysis, developed by CICECO and TUAT(Japan) research team, that allows product recovery and enzyme reuse.
Andrei Salak research highlighted by the company Anton Paar
Study on phase transitions in perovskite multiferroics made in cooperation with ISIS Neutron and Muon Source and Element Six Global Innovation Center.
Paul O'Brien: departure of an "excellent scientist" and an "unusual entrepreneur"
This British scientist was a member of CICECO's International Scientific Advisory board, and Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Aveiro.
Microplastics under the Raman microscope
Review article signed by Catarina Araujo, Mariela Nolasco, António Ribeiro and Paulo Ribeiro-Claro was highlighted in Science Trends.