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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 […]
18 de Outubro de 2019.

Há 5 queixas de bullying/dia

No dia 20 assinala-se o Dia Mundial de Combate ao Bullying. A PSP lançar uma “operação” orientada para a prevenção deste tipo de crimes junto dos alunos do ensino obrigatório. O bullying nas escolas portuguesas motivou mais de cinco denúncias por dia no ano lectivo de 2017/2018, segundo dados da PSP. A polícia recebeu 1898 queixas de bullying ocorridas em ambiente escolar: 1285 diziam respeito a ofensas corporais e as restantes 613 eram relativas a injúrias e ameaças, mas a PSP estima que haja muitos mais casos não denunciados. Os números foram avançados à agência Lusa pelo comissário João Moura, do gabinete de imprensa da Direcção Nacional da PSP, que acredita que os casos reais de injúrias e ameaças sejam […]
17 de Outubro de 2019.

12.º ano estuda Guerra Colonial

Nova disciplina de História, Culturas e Democracia será opcional para estudantes de Ciências, Artes e Economia. História A continua a ser obrigatória para quem frequentar Humanidades. A Guerra Colonial e genocídios do século XX, como os da Arménia e do Bangladeche, vão estar entre os temas que os estudantes do 12.º ano vão passar a discutir nas aulas, a partir do próximo ano lectivo, na nova disciplina de História, Culturas e Democracia. A matéria é opcional para os cursos científico-humanísticos do ensino secundário em que até aqui a História não era obrigatória. A nova disciplina, cuja criação foi anunciada esta segunda-feira, organiza-se em torno de quatro grandes temas, entre os quais Passado Doloroso. É neste âmbito que vai ser possível […]
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, […]
16 de Outubro de 2019.

Nobel da Economia 2019

Economistas vencem o prémio pelos seus contributos no campo da economia do desenvolvimento, nomeadamente pela utilização de métodos experimentais para estudar quais as melhores políticas de alívio da pobreza. O prémio Banco da Suécia de Ciências Económicas em Memória de Alfred Nobel, mais conhecido por Nobel da Economia, foi atribuído esta segunda-feira a Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo e Michael Kremer , anunciou a Real Academia Sueca das Ciências. Os três laureados têm desenvolvido o seu trabalho no campo da economia do desenvolvimento e o prémio foi atribuído, como explicou a Real Academia Sueca das Ciências, pelos métodos inovadores utilizados para analisar quais as melhores políticas para o alívio da pobreza. Michael Kremer nos anos 1990 e, mais tarde, Abhijit Banerjee […]
15 de Outubro de 2019.

Nobel da Literatura 2018 e 2019

Escritora e activista polaca receberá o prémio relativo ao ano de 2018, o dramaturgo austríaco é o vencedor de 2019. Olga Tokarczuk é a 15.ª mulher a receber o prémio que, contrariando algumas expectativas, a Academia Sueca decidiu entregar a dois autores europeus. A escritora polaca Olga Tokarczuk (n. 1962) e o escritor, dramaturgo e argumentista austríaco Peter Handke (n. 1942) são os dois novos Nobel da Literatura, respectivamente de 2018 e 2019. Ficarão a marcar, na centenária história do mais importante galardão literário do mundo, um momento de profunda renovação da Academia Sueca, a procurar reerguer-se do escândalo de abusos sexuais perpetrados por Jean-Claude Arnault, marido da académica Katarina Frostenson, através de quem este teria também sabido por antecipação […]
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 […]
14 de Outubro de 2019.

Rede que liga fagos de todo o mundo

Há já uma rede de investigadores que troca informação sobre a terapia fágica e fornece fagos em caso de necessidade. Imagine que alguém tem uma infecção de uma bactéria resistente a um antibiótico e a única solução é ser tratado através da terapia fágica, uma abordagem terapêutica que usa vírus (bacteriófagos) para matar bactérias específicas. Adelaide Almeida, do Centro de Estudos do Ambiente e do Mar da Universidade de Aveiro, alerta que seria útil a criação de um banco de dados com informação sobre todos os bacteriófagos (ou fagos) que cada laboratório do mundo produz. Assim, esse laboratório poderia disponibilizar o fago para tratar a infecções ou para ensaios clínicos, aumentando assim a rapidez desses testes. Neste momento, já existe […]
15 de Abril de 2019.

Celebrations

How to celebrate Carnival, Easter or Christmas in Germany. In Germany, the carnival season starts already at the 11th of November and ends months later at Ash Wednesday, which means that our season is much longer than in most of the other countries. However, there is a lot to experience during this time and most of the people are crazy about this season of the year. On the 11th of November, different villages and cities present their carnival prince of the season and celebrate the beginning of carnival with performances and music. From the beginning of January, you can visit lots of different carnival events, where dancing groups or well-known carnival bands perform traditional carnival dances and carnival-live-music. Everyone is […]
12 de Abril de 2019.

Jadwiga Andegaweńska

Queen or king of Poland? Actually… both. How is this possible? Just look at the story of old Polish monarch from the 14th century. Jadwiga Andegaweńska known also as Queen Jadwiga or Saint Jadwiga was a third daughter of Louis the Great, King of Hungary and Poland, and Elizabeth of Bosnia. She was born between 1373 and 1374. At this time nobody supposed that she will become the King of Poland, as she was the third child and her father had only two thrones to be filled. However, the oldest sister died and that is why the King decided to give the throne of Poland to Jadwiga, especially when Polish people insisted to have their own King. She was crowned […]
10 de Abril de 2019.

Princess Sisi of Austria

Very popular with the Austrian people. Sisi was born on Christmas Eve in 1837 as the second daughter of Duke Maximilian and Duchess Ludovika in Bavaria, Germany. In 1853 she met her cousin Emperor Franz Joseph, who was going to marry her sister Helene. Franz Joseph of Austria fell in love with Sisi immediately and decided to marry her instead of her sister. They married, when Sisi was 16 years old. The marriage did not work out: Sisi was an independent girl and totally unprepared for the strict protocol at court, an ambitious stepmother and a busy husband who struggled to fight revolutionary and separatist tendencies in the Habsburg Empire. The court society of Vienna was making fun of her, […]
8 de Abril de 2019.

Maria Theresa

She became Empress of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The 13/05/1717 was a day Austrian history will never forget, it was the day the one and only female Empress in the Habsburg dynasty ever was born. Even at the young age of 23, she became Empress of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. She occupied this position for 40 years. Actually, to clarify, officially her husband Franz Stephan the First was the Emperor, but she actively ruled the empire. Franz Stephan was only in charge of the Austrian finances. Maria Theresa is most known for making education compulsory but also establishing the potato as staple which was a great service for the Austrian society. The “Mrs. Emperor”, as she was called by the Austrians, was […]
5 de Abril de 2019.

The second Queen of the Netherlands

Princess of the Netherlands, Princess of Oranje-Nassau, Duchess of Mecklenburg and Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina was the queen of the Netherlands between the 4th of September 1948 and 30th of April 1980 and was married to Prince Bernhard van Lippe-Biesterfeld. Together they had four daughters called Beatrix, Irene, Margriet, and Christina. In 2004 she died at the age of 94. An interesting story about Queen Juliana is that at the age of 19 she had to find her husband to secure the throne. The requirements were that the man should be Protestant, a foreigner and to be part of a Royal House that had ruled at least until 1918. The mother of Juliana, called Wilhelmina, used […]
3 de Abril de 2019.

Wladyslaw III of Poland

According to a Portuguese legend, the Polish king didn’t die in Varna but he settled in Madeira. Wladyslaw Warnenczyk was King of Poland, Hungary, and Croatia until his death at the age of 20, at the Battle of Varna in 1444. He was the first-born son of Wladyslaw Jagiello who was the founder of the Jagiellonian dynasty. The battle of Varna was a decisive Ottoman victory over the crusader alliance, led by Wladyslaw Warnenczyk and John Hunyadi-voivode of Transylvania, a leading Hungarian military and political figure. The young king was killed while personally leading his own 500-strong royal Polish heavy cavalry company to directly attack the Sultan who was protected by the guard cavalry and formidable Janissary infantry. The Janissaries […]