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For a Cryo-electron microscopy facility in Portugal
11 Portuguese institutions come together for a common goal
Sofia Venceslau awarded Best Poster Prize
Research developed at Inês Cardoso Pereira Lab was distinguished at 5th International Symposium on Microbial Sulfur Metabolism
Master in Biotechnology for Sustainability
Applications are now open
Breathing underwater
Thermophile respiratory complex’s structure determined by cryoEM
José Salvado awarded Best Poster Prize
Research developed at Pedro Fevereiro Lab was distinguished at 7th International Food Legume Research Conference
António Xavier Prize 2018 - call for applications
Award for best PhD Thesis conducted in Portugal in the area of NMR, EPR or MRI
New collaborative initiative for agricultural innovation
Scientific coordination by GREEN-IT members of ITQB NOVA, involves academia, companies and government
Master in Biochemistry for Health
Applications are open until July 16th
Cork oak tree whole genome sequenced by Portuguese team
Results published in Nature group Scientific Data magazine
1 million euros to study Metals in Biology and Biocatalysis through Biospectroscopy
New Twinning project joins ITQB NOVA with Universities in Berlin and Florence
Drug-target proteins mediate ribosome biogenesis, cell growth and proliferation
ITQB NOVA and iBET research now published in Nature Communications
Scientists meaning business
New course to promote entrepreneurship in scientists, partnership ITQB NOVA and NOVA SBE
90 Segundos de Ciência awarded Prémio Acesso Cultura
ITQB NOVA, FCSH NOVA, Antena 1 and Novartis National science radio show distinguished yesterday
Marta Marques awarded Young Biophysicist 2018 prize
Distinguished for her PhD work at ITQB NOVA published in Nature Chemical Biology
Science Merit Award to Hermínia de Lencastre
Minister of Science awarded Portuguese scientists today in Lisbon
Diana Santos awarded Best Short Talk
Research developed at Lígia Martins Lab was distinguished at 18th European Congress On Biotechnology
Going to Mars without leaving the Earth
Talks on Mars 2030 between researchers from ITQB NOVA and IA at Centro Cultural de Belém
How do bacteria know they have had enough?
Mechanism of crosstalk between systems for haem biosynthesis and external capture in pathogens published today
Surviving on air
Enzyme that enables anaerobic pathogen Clostridium difficile to tolerate oxygen was now described
Appointment of ITQB NOVA Dean
Cláudio M. Soares will head the institute for the next 4 years
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