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5 de Abril de 2020.

Cientistas são heróis precários

Maioria dos investigadores do Instituto de Medicina Molecular tem vínculos de trabalho precários, vivem de bolsas e contratos a prazo A maioria dos investigadores do Instituto de Medicina Molecular (IMM), que desenvolveram um teste de despiste do novo coronavírus, tem vínculos de trabalho precários, vivendo “de bolsas e contratos a prazo”, alertou a Federação Nacional dos Professores (Fenprof). Os cientistas do IMM são “heróis precários”, segundo a Fenprof, que lembra o feito da equipa que conseguiu desenvolver um teste rápido para o coronavírus SARS-CoV-2, que provoca a doença Covid-19, feito com reagentes produzidos em Portugal. “A esmagadora maioria dos cientistas que trabalham no Instituto de Medicina Molecular (IMM), que nos proporcionou este instrumento tão justamente glorificado, têm vínculos de trabalho […]
1 de Abril de 2020.

Erasmus contranatura

“A prevenção é melhor do que a cura” ─ frase habitualmente atribuída a Erasmo de Roterdão No dia 25 de Fevereiro cheguei a Maribor, cidade situada no norte da Eslovénia, onde realizo o meu semestre lectivo, no âmbito do programa de mobilidade Erasmus+. Na primeira semana, estando a actividade lectiva a decorrer normalmente, os alunos estrangeiros ficaram a conhecer a Universidade e as suas faculdades. Nas duas semanas seguintes tive aulas presenciais e algumas pequenas apresentações dos professores e das minhas unidades curriculares. Tudo começou a ficar diferente quando a Universidade de Maribor começou a tomar algumas medidas de prevenção, como a instalação de desinfectantes em todos os seus edifícios, o desaconselhamento das deslocações às faculdades para estudar e o […]
31 de Março de 2020.

U. do Minho sem aulas este semestre

Instituição vai manter todos os cursos a funcionar em regime de ensino à distância até ao final de Junho. Restantes universidades e politécnicos ainda não tomaram decisões. A Universidade do Minho é a primeira instituição de ensino a decidir que não retomará as aulas presenciais até ao final deste ano lectivo, devido à pandemia de covid-19. O reitor, Rui Vieira de Castro, anunciou esta segunda-feira que todos os cursos vão continuar a funcionar em regime de ensino à distância durante o que resta do segundo semestre. Num despacho publicado na manhã desta segunda-feira, o reitor da Universidade do Minho assume que “face à evolução da pandemia, não são previsíveis condições que permitam retomar as actividades lectivas em regime presencial, em […]
30 de Março de 2020.

Flea market at Mauerpark

There are actually plenty of things, you could do in Germany. But one thing I can really highly recommend is traveling to Berlin and joining the flea market at the so-called park of the wall: “Flohmarkt im Mauerpark“. At that flea market, you can certainly find a lot of clothes, shoes and ancient stuff. But there are also some local modern artists selling there work or drawing and writing right in that moment in front of you. Just around the next corner of the market, you will find the food area. A huge quantity of different food trucks is lined up at this point. There are trucks selling Falafel, Sushi, KImchi, Kebab, Burger, Fish, Sausages, Pizza…practically everything you can imagine. […]
30 de Março de 2020.

Camada de ozono recupera

Ainda não podemos cantar vitória, mas estes resultado de um estudo publicado na Nature são animadores Em tempos de pandemia sem fim à vista não é fácil encontrar motivos de alívio em relação ao futuro, mas este estudo publicado pela prestigiada revista científica Nature dá uma grande ajuda. O que a investigação sugere é que o Protocolo de Montreal – o acordo de 1987 para parar de produzir substâncias destruidoras da camada de ozono – foi bem-sucedido e está a conseguir reverter algumas mudanças preocupantes nas correntes de ar no hemisfério sul. Ou seja, em redor dos polos do nosso planeta, e a uma altitude elevada, existem correntes de ar rápidas conhecidas como correntes de jato. Antes da mudança do […]
28 de Março de 2020.

Sailing in Mazurian Lakes

Visit the sailing capital of Poland and commence your journey into the wild on board of a chartered sailing boat, motorboat or yacht. A one- or two-day lasting trip is virtually for everyone, regardless of their age or sailing skills. Breath in the fresh air and sightsee the historic towns of Masuria! With a spare day or two while in Poland, it is a great opportunity for many to combine their interest in history with an active way of spending their time. Upon arrival to Masuria (the Eastern- and Northernmost region of Poland, reachable by high-speed railway services), you may either hire a boat directly (after having completed a few-hour lasting training session) or have your cruise operated by a […]
26 de Março de 2020.

Prolongamento do ano lectivo no ES

Politécnico já estavam a trabalhar num cenário de prolongamento da suspensão das aulas presenciais até ao final do semestre. Próximo ano lectivo pode começar mais tarde para permitir terminar o actual sem sobressaltos. A suspensão das actividades presenciais nos estabelecimentos de ensino superior pode prolongar-se para além das férias da Páscoa, o que implicará mexidas no calendário académico do ensino superior. O próximo ano lectivo pode também ter que começar mais tarde para permitir terminar o actual sem sobressaltos. A situação “não será dramática”, garantem os responsáveis do sector, que até já estavam a trabalhar num cenário de que todo o segundo semestre fosse realizado em regime de ensino à distância. Os politécnicos “já estavam a trabalhar num cenário de […]
26 de Março de 2020.

Summertime in the alps

Let’s go on a virtual journey through Austria: by train, we can travel to some of the most beautiful places!  Starting our journey in the capital Vienna. This city has a lot to offer, not only in summer but all throughout the year. Strolling through the “1st district” of the city, along with the beautiful buildings and relaxing in one of the several parks. The following days we visit the Schönbrunn Palace with its garden and the zoo, the Prater, a funfare, and some museums, to then continue our trip westward. We arrive in Salzburg and have a quick stop there, where we enjoy the city of Mozart at the river Salzach and climb some of the near mountains. Continuing […]
24 de Março de 2020.

Dia do estudante

Quase seis décadas depois da crise académica de 1962, o Movimento Estudantil continua activo e não baixa os braços perante as mudanças drásticas impostas pelo surto de covid-19. Nesta terça-feira, 24 de Março, assinala-se o Dia Nacional do Estudante. Todos os anos, diversas associações de estudantes e federações académicas promovem eventos nas faculdades ou saem à rua para assinalar a data que marcou o Movimento Estudantil, durante a crise académica de 1962. Por todo o país estavam previstas actividades que, devido às medidas impostas para combater o novo coronavírus, foram canceladas ou assumiram outros formatos. É o caso do movimento conjunto de seis faculdades de Lisboa e do Porto, cujo lema é “para além de liberdade para pensar, queremos liberdade […]
24 de Março de 2020.

Summer in France

Let me talk about Bretagne. This region is located in the north-west part of France, just in front of the Atlantic Ocean and the Manche. It is basically the only place in France where the summer heat is still bearable nowadays. The landscapes are amazing: promenade along the sea, feet on the sand but also the countryside with beautiful vegetation and forests. You can also discover the typical houses in this region, all-white or in stones with slates roof. If you like history and magic, I advise you to walk in the Brocéliande forest. Every kid in France knows it thanks to the stories about King Arthur, the knights of the round table and Merlin the enchanter. If you prefer […]
23 de Outubro de 2019.

The University of Warsaw

The best University in Poland according to the Perspektywy University Ranking 2019. The University is located in Warsaw – the capital of Poland, one of the most rapidly developing cities in Europe and it is the heart of economic, political and social life of Poland. The University of Warsaw was established in 1816 by the permission of Emperor of Russia and Polish monarch Aleksander I. The University was opened on the 14th May 1818 with the name: The Royal University of Warsaw. The emblem of the university shows an eagle with palm and laurel branches, and the five stars refers to the number of faculties included when the university was open: Law and Administration, Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, and Arts and […]
21 de Outubro de 2019.

My University

I studied at the University of Reading for three years. My degree was in History and Politics. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Reading is in Berkshire which is about a thirty minute train ride from London Paddington. The University itself has some significant history attached to it. It was formerly part of Oxford University’s Christ Church College but was granted independence to produce its own degrees by a Royal Charter from King George V. It was also the first university to appoint a woman as a chair at an English University level-institution in 1912. The University also boasts having the renowned Twentieth Century composer Gustav Holst as a Professor of music.  Reading University can also proclaim one of the […]
19 de Outubro de 2019.

Teaching innovation

Artistic architects, pondering physicians and dreaming designers, at the Technical University in Delft they all come together. The vibrant campus, located right next to the historic centre of Delft, is a place where ambitious students are conducting groundbreaking research and realising innovative ideas. TU Delft ranks as one of the top technical universities in the world and is known for its innovative strategies and its attention towards sustainability. With over 20.000 students and 8 faculties TU Delft strives to make a better future for all of us. It’s a place where students work hard to keep their heads above water but also challenge themselves by working on side projects with other students like building a racing car that relies solely […]
17 de Outubro de 2019.

The University of Bologna

The Alma Mater Studiorum is the oldest university in the entire world: it was founded in 1088. The University of Bologna includes 32 Departments and 5 Schools, with courses in all fields, from the scientific area to the more classical studies. The notable reputation of the University is known everywhere due to the high quality of information it guarantees. All the professors that work for the UniBo are enlightened experts and professionals with prestigious curricula. For these reasons, people from all over the world come to benefit from its academic offerings.  The University of Bologna has contacts and twinings with other famous and important universities all over the world, for example with the University of Buenos Aires. Their students can enjoy great opportunities, […]
15 de Outubro de 2019.

The University of Lodz

I had the pleasure of learning and acquiring knowledge from the best professors at this university. The University of Lodz was established in 1945 and has long been one of the biggest and most popular universities in Poland. High level of education, learning foreign languages, scholarships, student exchange programs are just some of the advantages that I experienced by my own.  The 12 faculties, and a branch unit of the University provide programmes in 100 fields of study and 160 specializations. In addition, the University offers several doctoral programmes, more than 50 postgraduate study programmes, as well as studies in English and French. More than 28 000 students attend the University of Lodz.  The University is also very open for […]
13 de Outubro de 2019.

Can the European project survive?

The project “Europe” is stumbling. Now more than ever. Opinions tend to differ sharply when it comes to questions concerning refugees, the rise of far right parties and racism against minorities. The European Union seems to fall apart as countries discuss the leaving of this once-so-promising project. So the question arises, what can we – as individuals – do to save this venture? How can we make sure that our grandchildren will have the same privileges that we have now?  I think the most basic and most important precondition is to be OPEN. To be open towards new cultures, new people, new habits. To be open towards new norms, new ideas, new point of views. Only when we mutually approach […]