A group of researchers from INESC TEC's Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research (C-BER) and Centre for Innovation Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE), together with the spin-off iLoF, is studying the implementation of a quick and low-cost tool based on personalised medicine, in order to predict the evolution of Covid-19 viral infection in patients.
11th May 2020
The Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) approved five INESC TEC projects under the "RESEARCH FOR COVID-19" financing line, with the Institute as the applicant entity in three of said projects - and a total of €85M funding. These initiatives will focus on the development of solutions to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
27th April 2020
An article published in one of Nature's scientific journals shows that iLoF (Lab on Fiber) intelligent device is a promising technology to identify cancer cells with different profiles
12th March 2020
INESC TEC is partner in a European project, which aims at developing a microsatellite supplying system using optical fibre lasers for space exploration. The kick-off meeting of WiPTherm – Innovative Wireless Power devices using micro-thermoelectric generators arrays was held on 29 November.
16th December 2019
With proven international experience in the Marine Technologies area, INESC TEC was on the spotlight at the Marinetech event, organised by the Hydrographic Institute (IH), and at the workshop "Linking Earth Observation data and Sustainable Development across the Atlantic", organised by the IH and the Air Centre, which were an opportunity for Portuguese and foreign experts from the Sea sector to discuss the challenges of linking Earth observation data and sustainable development in the Atlantic.
16th December 2019
A spin-off of INESC TEC, iLoF, was one of the winners of the Wild Card programme, a European acceleration programme for disruptive healthcare projects, ensuring a EUR 2 million investment by an international consortium.
19th November 2019
The researchers of INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) developed a laser technology based on artificial intelligence that allows to identify and quantify minerals in real time.
14th August 2019
On 20 July of 1969, the American astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon for the first time. The University of Porto (U.Porto), along with INESC TEC, intended to mark the anniversary of the first moon landing with a number of activities, including an exhibition entitled “50 anos da Chegada do Homem à Lua” (in English “50 years since the arrival of man on the moon”).
24th July 2019
The paper presented by Sandra Rodrigues, a researcher of INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), was distinguished in the 3rd Doctoral Congress in Engineering (DCE2019), which was held at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), between 27 and 28 July of 2019.
23rd July 2019
Between 31 May and 4 June of 2019, three papers developed by researchers of INESC TEC'S Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) were distinguished at the AOP 2019 conference – IV International Conference on Applications in Optics and Photonics, which was held in Lisbon.
08th July 2019
Ana Pires and Carla Carmelo Rosa were the two INESC TEC researchers distinguished by Ciência Viva – Agência Nacional para a Cultura Científica e Tecnológica under the initiative “Women in Science”.
08th April 2019
The work presented by Diana Guimarães, researcher of INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) was distinguished at the 26th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors (OFS-26), which took place in Lausanne, Switzerland between 24 and 28 September.
09th November 2018
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