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Cork based 3D foams
Nuno Gama, Artur Ferreira, and Ana Barros-Timmons develop insulating material using cork stoppers industry by-products.
Advances in breast cancer research
Rita Araújo and Ana Gil in collaboration with Luisa Helguero (iBIMED), identify changes in tumor cell metabolism, aiming to develop more effective therapies.
Algae-based nanomaterials clean up contaminated water
Sofia Soares, Ana Luísa Daniel da Silva and Tito Trindade develop reusable magnetic nanoadsorbent biopolymers.
Mariela Nolasco highlighted by Neutronsources.org
Researcher interviewed under the "Women in Science" initiative.
Mara Freire awarded with the Vicente de Seabra Medal 2018
Biennial prize awarded by Portuguese Society of Chemistry distinguish the high quality, originality, and autonomy of research work in the field of Chemistry.
1.5 million hours of CPU time in Mare Nostrum granted to CICECO researchers
The most powerful supercomputer in the Iberian Peninsula available to several members of the Computer Simulation and Multiscale Modeling research group.
Andreia Sousa leads COST Action to develop sustainable plastics
European network of FURan based chemicals and materials FOR a Sustainable development, involves 38 institutions from 21 European countries.
Computational design of custom carbon-based models made easy
José Pereira and Sérgio Santos have developed CarbGen — an online tool for easy creation of functionalized activated carbon models for use in atomistic calculations.
Helena Alves creates electronic textile for intelligent steering wheel
Graphene-based textile cover measures the galvanic response of drivers' hand skin, generating indicators to monitor driver's physiological and psychological state.
Direct-writing additive manufacturing of lead free piezoelectric parts
Ceramic Tech Today, from American Ceramic Society, highlights research developed by Bo Nan, Susana Olhero, Rui Pinho, Paula M. Vilarinho, and José MF Ferreira.