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BioISI Genomics Facility aids in national study about covid-19 mutations

2021-04-05T19:40:48+00:00April 5th, 2021|

The Genomics facility from BioISI is, along with several other Institutes, collaborating with Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge, I.P. (INSA) in a study to monitor the spread of the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in Portugal by analyzing its genome. INSA is coordinating this study and receives positive samples from over 60 hospitals/labs, [...]

BioISI Researchers publish on the “blue” electron

2021-04-05T18:41:51+00:00April 5th, 2021|

Nuno A. G. Bandeira and Maria José Calhorda, researchers from BioISI at CIÊNCIAS ULisboa present us with a computational overview of electron transfer and the underlying physical mechanisms of a new polyoxometalate, a kind of molecular metal oxide, identified by Huizhang Liu, a postdoctoral researcher and now CEO of Jiangsu TOP New Materials [...]

BioISI Research Seminars are back

2021-02-02T17:06:34+00:00February 2nd, 2021|

That's right, the seminars are back! We are finally able to give you more of the scientific content you deserve and need, with all the necessary safety to protect you from 2020's bad man - through a Zoom link!

COVID-19 Research @ BioISI

2020-11-24T13:50:35+00:00October 20th, 2020|

Ganna Rozhnova is a Researcher from BioISI's Bio-PhysNano Group and works in epidemiological modeling in The Netherlands. Ganna recently published an article in PLoS Medicine regarding the impact of preventive measures (self-imposed and governmental) on the dynamics of COVID-19 disease spread. Ganna is currently the PI of an FCT funded project within the [...]

Testing for COVID-19 at CIÊNCIAS

2020-07-29T10:55:56+00:00June 12th, 2020|

CIÊNCIAS and BioISI are once again associated with an initiative to fight COVID-19. Coordinated by BioISI's integrated member Ricardo Dias, a Center for COVID Testing was installed at the TecLabs building. This Center is entirely dedicated to the mitigation of COVID-19 - virus screening and immunological tests - but will potentially serve future [...]

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