There is a new autonomous technology that allows to monitor, collect and preserve the genetic material of the aquatic microorganisms almost immediately. The goal is to use these biological samples in comprehensive studies on the diversity and composition of the planktonic communities through the use of new technologies for the analysis of their genetic material. The Portuguese researchers responsible for the development of this autonomous biosampler have recently published these developments on the scientific journal PLOS ONE.
Date 06th June 2019
The new laboratory focused on the Advanced Production Technologies, namely of Industry 4.0, known as iiLab (Industry and Innovation Lab), will be inaugurated on Tuesday, 28 May in the city of Porto. The new laboratory of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) presents a set of technologies and results from R&D projects, which involved an investment of over one million Euro. iilab will be presented under the Technological Demonstrator initiative, “Tecnologias de Produção e Sistemas Ciber-fisicos” (in English Manufacturing Technologies and Cyber-physical Systems”), which was promoted by the Portuguese National Innovation Agency (ANI).
Date 23rd May 2019
To maximise the electricity production from renewable sources, to develop smart grids, to expand the integration of electric vehicles in the power grids, to exploit the flexibility of the demand and to study the regulation and functioning of electricity markets - these are some of the goals, for the next five years, of this R&D partnership that will be signed between INESC TEC and EDP Group on 24 May.
Date 21st May 2019
Keyruptive is a mobile wallet that stores crypto coins in a secure and convenient way. The technological solution that was created by the most recent spin-off of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), and that has the same name as the developed technology, will be publicly presented on Thursday 23 May at 2:00 p.m. at Startup Braga’s space (Praça Conde de Agrolongo, nº 123, 4700-312 Braga).
Date 16th May 2019
InterConnect, the project under Portuguese leadership, has just been approved by the European Commission, under the Horizon 2020 programme, to develop and demonstrate advanced solutions for the digitalisation of the electricity sector.
Date 15th May 2019
“In 20/30 years, the most developed countries – and Portugal can be included in this group – will use a portfolio of generation technologies that is 100% tendentiously renewable in terms of the primary energies used such as solar, wind power, hidropower, biomass and even geothermal resources in order to satisfy the demand for power generation”, commented João Abel Peças Lopes, Associate Director of INESC TEC and Full Professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP). With the motto “Energy systems with 100% electrical energy resulting from renewable sources”, the debate on the energy systems of the future will begin in Porto on 29 May, the day in which it is celebrated the National Energy Day.
Date 07th May 2019
The Portuguese Robotics Open arrives at the Gondomar Multipurpose Pavilion, between 26 and 28 April. Around 500 national and international participants will participate in the robotics competitions. Around 5 000 visitors are also expected to attend the robotics competitions and the exhibition of projects developed by several robotics clubs at a national level.
Date 16th April 2019
Edgar is the name given to the two robots that are being tested at the Hospital of Braga in order to help in the distribution of meals to the hospitalised patients. The two prototypes, which were developed by the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), are flexible and easy to adapt to the existing materials and equipment for the distribution of meals in a hospital environment.
Date 03rd April 2019
Researchers from 12 European institutions developed an autonomous robotic platform to research flooded underground mines. One of the robots of the platform will be tested on 4 April, starting at 11:00 AM in the former Urgeiriça uranium mine, in Nelas, Viseu – [40.512844, -7.896376].
Date 27th March 2019
The Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) is the first Portuguese institution to be part of the TTO Circle, that is, the European Technology Transfer Offices circle, a European Commission's initiative.
Date 19th March 2019
A group of Portuguese researchers created a wireless wearable device that assesses the rigidity of the wrist for supporting neurosurgical procedures of deep brain stimulation, which is already used on patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease and that may also be useful in Epilepsy or other neurological diseases.
Date 12th February 2019
In 2017, under the innovation fund Digital News Initiative, Google funded a project of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) in order to stimulate the innovation in the digital journalism. Less than two years later, INESC TEC developed the Augmented Video 360 – an editing and visualisation tool for 360º videos with dynamic annotations in order to improve narratives. That’s why telling stories using 360º videos is easier now.
Date 24th January 2019
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