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João Mano distinguished withe the UA Researcher Award
In addition to recognizing the excellence of research carried out in the field of biomedicine, João Rocha and Luís Carlos also received an Honorable Mention.
“Salivary signature” paves the way for early detection of tooth decay
Congress of the Portuguese Dental Association distinguishes work developed by Ana Maria Gil in collaboration with researchers from FMUC.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship awarded to Gabriel Constantinescu
Project TEOsINTE seeks to explore the controlled interactions between the components in oxide composites as a tool towards enhanced thermoelectric performance.
E-Prot: the Natural Way to Ecological Devices
Manuel Melle Franco was funded with a new FET-OPEN project in the field of Green Electronics resulting from an international collaboration between industry and academia.
New projects secure almost half a million core.hours in Navigator cluster
Daniel Gouveia and Gerard Novell-Leruth awarded in the recent FCT Call for Advanced Computing Projects.
Diogo João Breda Lopes awarded by the Portuguese Society of Materials
1st Prize for the best Master Thesis in 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 years in the field of Science and Engineering of Materials was awarded on November 4th, 2020.
New NMR Network joins 7 European and 1 American Research Centers
PANACEA Network will allow trans-national access of researchers and technicians from academia and companies to the best European solid NMR infrastructures.
Metal-Organic Frameworks for Bioapplications and as Biosensors
Filipe A. Almeida Paz, Ricardo F. Mendes and Flávio Figueira in collaboration with IBMC and I3S researchers reviewed the most important applications of MOFs.
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.