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Coimbra scientists develop sensors for space experiment

Sensors are installed in the cameras of the X-ray and gamma telescopes to be sent to space on a mission by the European Space Agency scheduled for the end of 2021, mid-2022.

Professor at the University of Lisbon chairs the Higher Education Union

Mariana Gaio Alves, assistant professor at the Institute of Education, replaces Gonçalo Leite Velho in the presidency of SNESup.

PremiumULisboa invests 500 thousand euros

Covid-19's large-scale screening plan is coordinated by the Rectory and involves the university's 18 schools.

Wall Street English: “we had to innovate in three weeks what would have taken about three years”

Diogo Reis Pereira, brand manager for Wall Street English, explains to JE how “adaptation” was made to the pandemic and highlights how the tools and skills developed in this period are creating opportunities to go after demand.

Sustainable cosmetics line wins Youth Foundation entrepreneurship contest

Students from the Professional School of Oliveira do Hospital want to use waste oil, beeswax and whey to manufacture environmentally friendly cosmetic products.

Polytechnic of Leiria distinguished with Tourism Training Awards in Portugal

The Escola Superior de Turismo e Tecnologia do Mar do Politécnico de Leiria was highlighted in the Hospitality Education Awards of 2020, with Nuno Almeida receiving the award for Best Career and three other awarded researchers.
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Former Minister Nuno Crato regrets "irresponsible and false accusations" of Secretary of State for Education

The former Minister of Education and Science Nuno Crato (2011-2015) criticized this Tuesday “the irresponsible and false accusations” of the current Secretary of State for Education, João Costa, who gave him responsibility for the poor results obtained by the students of 4 Year of mathematics.

Medical students against government ordinance that provides for “reduction of time and possible alteration of contents”

Medical students express “extreme concern” about the quality of the future of medical education in Portugal. At issue is the Ministry of Health's ordinance project that provides for diversion of internal doctors to combat Covid-19, among other measures.

SNESup wants priority access to vaccine for teachers of higher education

Mariana Gaio Alves, president of the National Union of Higher Education, told Jornal Económico that she will appeal to health authorities to consider teachers as priority, due to the fact that they are not telecommuting.

Independent Teachers and Educators Union: "We do not agree with the decision not to close schools"

SIPE says that the Government opted for “partial confinement”, since two million children and young people continue to move freely and fears that the economic, psychological and social sacrifices of the Portuguese “are of no use”.

Fenprof: “It is not enough to say that schools will be open”

Mário Nogueira, the secretary general of the National Federation of Teachers, reacted to the Prime Minister's announcement by demanding the inclusion of teachers in the vaccine priority group, as well as testing in schools, among others.

Minister of Education replies to PSD: "With such a limited number of vaccines, which group would we exclude to include our teachers?"

In general, deputies are responsible for maintaining face-to-face classes as long as epidemiological conditions permit, but the main opposition party wants rapid tests to reach educational institutions and that education professionals are given priority in the vaccine against Covid-19 .

Coimbra scientists develop sensors for space experiment

Sensors are installed in the cameras of the X-ray and gamma telescopes to be sent to space on a mission by the European Space Agency scheduled for the end of 2021, mid-2022.

Professor at the University of Lisbon chairs the Higher Education Union

Mariana Gaio Alves, assistant professor at the Institute of Education, replaces Gonçalo Leite Velho in the presidency of SNESup.
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