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Nov
29

Solutions of plant biology and its applications in agricultural production chains

Plant biology solutions and their application in agricultural production chains are been developed by Hernâni Gerós, researcher at CBMA.  

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Nov
27

Antimicrobial materials for wound treatment

Biotechnological materials that use nature as a source of inspiration are being developed by Raul Machado, Assistant Researcher at the CBMA. The aim of this technology is to avoid the use of antibiotics and other agents in the treatment of wounds that may be less biocompatible and, thus circumvent any problem to antimicrobial resistance  

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Nov
26

T.delbrueckii in the production of wines with greater aromatic complexity

Ricardo Franco-Duarte researcher at CBMA talks about the research projet TODOMICS, a project that aims to enlighten the molecular and biochemical bases related to the production of higher quality wines by the yeast Torulaspora Delbrueckii.

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Is the Earth a planet of trash?!

Is the Earth a planet of trash?! it’s a hands-on activity for children from 6-10 years that took place in Lúcio Craveiro da Silva Library on November 24th from 10:00-12:00.  

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Nov
25

From the Natural Environment to the Built Environment – Art and Science in harmony

Cycle of informal talks on Science and Scientific Culture, integrated in the 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development to raise awareness of the world to a more interventionist role in society. More INFO  

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Nov
03

Eyes may reveal cognitive changes in multiple sclerosis patients

A team from the University of Minho including CBMA found that eye movements may reveal cognitive changes in people with multiple sclerosis that may influence the choice of treatments and techniques for tracking the disease. The results were published in the American scientific journal “PeerJ”.  More  

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Oct
01

Help us save the planet from plastics!

Let’s help us to save the planet from plastics!

The Project Bio3Pas intends to use aquatic fungi to degrade plastics. Using fungi from the collection of the Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology, with a high capacity to break chemical bonds similar to those found in plastics, we hope to achieve a way to help the planet to be free of plastics, minimizing their negative impacts on aquatic fauna, especially birds, turtles, and cetaceans.

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Oct
01

Structural and temporal patterns of the first global trading market

A multidisciplinary research coordinated by Jorge Pacheco, a researcher at the Centre for Molecular and Environmental Biology (CBMA), was published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, comparing financial networks with 500 years of difference, following the cash flow (Structural and temporal patterns of the first global trading market). Researchers in History, Physics and Computational […]

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