Researchers from the Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) and the Centre for Robotics in Industry and Intelligent System (CRIIS) developed a mobile platform dedicated to the metabolic monitoring in precision viticulture. The solution integrates advanced sensors using light to measure the organic changes that occur in the plant, in order to ensure the harvest's high quality. This is the first technology of its kind in the world, and is being tested in the Douro region, at Quinta do Seixo and Quinta dos Aciprestes.
04th October 2021
INESC TEC is one of the entities involved in the project “Smart Farm 4.0: smart solutions for sustainable, predictive and autonomous agriculture”, whose main objective is the development of innovative and accessible solutions - based on industry 4.0 (Internet of Things – IoT, artificial intelligence, big data, cyber-physical systems, and autonomous robots) - for application in the agricultural sector.
06th September 2021
The researchers Rui Martins and Filipe Santos are part of the team that developed a portable clinical analysis technology that provides results in milliseconds.
27th August 2021
Ten INESC TEC researchers are among the top-cited academics worldwide, part of the top 2% in their respective fields, according to a ranking developed by researchers from Stanford University (U.S.A.), and published in late 2020.
26th April 2021
The work presented by Paulo Robalinho, researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), was acknowledged at the OPSP – Optics and Photonics for Scientific Progress.
23rd April 2021
The SpecTOM project (partnership between INESC TEC and U.Porto) was one of the winners of BIP PROOF 20/21, obtaining €10K of financial support for a proof of concept.
29th March 2021
During the months of October and November, Paulo Robalinho and André Gomes, researchers at INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), published two articles in scientific journals, for the dissemination of two world records obtained in the optical deformation sensing and refractive index, using the Vernier effect.
10th November 2020
The work presented by Diana Capela, researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), was awarded at PHYSICS 2020 – 22nd National Physics Conference and 30th Iberian Meeting for the Teaching of Physics, which took place between September 2 and 5, at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. The participants attended the event in person and via Zoom.
22nd September 2020
ILoF – Intelligent on Fiber, a spin-off from the University of Porto, established in INESC TEC and currently incubated at the Faculty of Medicine (FMUP), is among the 150 most promising start-ups in the field of digital health worldwide, according to a list provided by CB Insights, a North American company specialised in business analysis.
31st August 2020
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
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