The Vice-President of the European Commission visits INESC TEC
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Corporate

INESC TEC, in the words of our partners – Statement by Nuno Silva, Director for Technology Management at EFACEC.

Limelight

Arian Pasquali (LIAAD), João Silva (CSIG), José Ricardo Andrade (CPES), Leonel Carvalho (CPES), Paulo Ferreira (SAAF), Filipe Borges Teixeira (CTM), Kelwin Fernandes (CTM)

Serious Thinking

"I’m an alien, I’m a legal alien, I’m an Englishman in New York”. As if being a woman wasn’t enough already, I was also a marine biologist." Ana Paula Lima (CRAS)

Gallery of the Uncommon

The ones who have followed us for years already know the stories about people changing our name...

Where are you now?

Every month INESC TEC sends highly qualified individuals into the market...

Jobs 4 the Boys & Girls

In this section, the reader may find reference to public announcements made by INESC TEC offering grants, contracts and other opportunities of the same kind.

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More scenes of how life goes merrily on...

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MARINEYE CREATES A PROTOTYPE TO MONITOR THE OCEANS

Through the new MarinEye project, a group of INESC TEC’s researchers have created an autonomous system that monitors oceans in an integrated way, allowing a more sustainable management of sea resources and a reduction in the impact of environmental hazards.   Mais...


Special

TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE SEA WITH A LARGER NATIONAL INVESTMENT

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It is called TEC4Sea and it is a groundbreaking European platform intended for investigating, developing, testing and validating technologies for the enhancement of the Economy of the Sea. Created by INESC TEC and CINTAL, this infrastructure has at its disposal an investment of 5.3 million euros in order to develop oceanic technologies and already has an Advisory Council composed of 10 reputable institutions in the Sea sector.   Mais...


Editorial

PORTUGAL AND THE GOLDEN EGGS

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What should be the strategy for a small country? In particular, what should be Portugal’s strategy? As a small country on a planet diminished by globalization, Portugal needs to nurture friendships and collaborations. In previous centuries, faraway empires had little direct and immediate impact across the world – presently, it is not even worth commenting on how the situation has reversed. A small country could be locally big, but today that country can only be globally small.  Mais...


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