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MolBioS PhD Program 2017: day 1
PhD Program officially starts on January 5
Annual meeting MOSTMICRO research unit
ITQB NOVA research unit welcomes new members and gathers with Scientific Advisory Board
Regulating the regulators
Novel silencing enzyme acts on double and single-stranded RNAs with important consequences for host-microbe interactions
Making biology crystal clear
4 million euros to European project in advanced Structural Biology
10 years of the highest field NMR spectrometer in Portugal
A celebration for CERMAX, ITQB NOVA NMR facility
PhD Fellowships for PTNMR PhD Program
Call for applications at the Doctoral Programme in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Applied to Chemistry, Materials and Biosciences
Calling all PhD candidates
ITQB NOVA welcomes graduates to apply to FCT call for PhD scholarships
40 years of science career in a book
Claudina Rodrigues Pousada autobiography to be released this Friday
2nd Summer Science @ ITQB NOVA
Applications open for ITQB NOVA Summer School 24-28th July
How selenium does the trick
ITQB NOVA researchers unravel the molecular basis for high activity and oxygen tolerance in a special hydrogenase
Biotechnology and sustainable agriculture debated at ITQB NOVA
Experts and stakeholders in farming, trading and research come together to debate present and future
Master in Biotechnology for Sustainability
Applications are now open
Portuguese chestnuts resist
ITQB NOVA and INIAV researchers unveiled chestnut defense mechanism to pathogen
Master in Biochemistry for Health
Applications are now open
Evolution in a test tube
Engineering a bacterial enzyme to degrade natural raw material
Prémio António Xavier 2017
Call for proposals
27th May ITQB NOVA opens the doors
A day to get to know ITQB NOVA researchers and their work
The emergence of antibiotic resistance
ITQB NOVA researchers have shown how antibiotic resistance emerged from an harmless gene in bacteria
Master in Science Communication
Applications are now open
Fascinated by Plants Worldwide
700 events in 52 countries, Portugal on top 3 worldwide in events
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