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This is heating up: mapped the temperature inside human cells
The innovative technology can provide new contributions to the treatment of oncologic diseases, researchers at the University of Aveiro say.
Layered Coordination Polymer with Remarkable Proton Conductivity
Recently published research will allow in the future to better design and prepare new Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs) materials.
João Tedim awarded by the Federation of European Materials Societies
3rd Edition of the FEMS Communication Award for Excellence in MSE was delivered virtually on July 15th, 2020.
Unveiling ceramic and metal ink-based 3D printing
New developments with potential applicability on material and tissue engineering performed by José M.F. Ferreira and Bo Nan were published in Materials Today journal.
In-Depth Look into Internal Functioning of a Material for Future Batteries
Alexander Tselev explores MXene's structure in collaboration with American and Chinese Universities and publishes advances in the latest Energy & Environmental Science.
3D microtissue technology win Bluepharma | University of Coimbra Innovation Award
Project led by João Mano and Catarina Custódio aims to develop effective tools for assessing toxicity during drug validation.
João Rocha honoured with the Luso-French Chemistry Award
Société Chimique de France highlights remarkable work in the field of synthesis of porous materials and the study of their interfaces by solid-state NMR.
Hydrotropy mechanism breakthrough highlighted on Nature Reviews Chemistry
Dinis Abranches, Jordana Benfica, Bruna Soares, Tânia Sintra and João Coutinho are authors of the work originally published on Chemical Communications journal.
João F. Mano elected Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences
Organization has about 600 members from 45 countries (8 from Portugal and 2 from CICECO), including 65 Nobel Prizes and 13 Fields Medals winners.
CICECO stands out in the “Nature Index 2020”
Nature Index ranking is based on articles published in 82 prestigious scientific journals selected by an independent panel of experts.