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BioISI Research Seminar – Nuno Magessi, April 5th

2018-04-26T14:41:16+00:00November 23rd, 2017|

 10h00, FCUL, room 2.4.16 In the most recent risk studies, one of the most pressing problems is the risk perception gap phenomenon. The gap is defined as the difference between individual risk perception and the existing reality. Studies argue that the phenomenon of the gap comes from the irrational fear of people when exposed [...]

High-Throughput Microscopy Workshop 2018

2018-05-25T16:00:21+00:00November 23rd, 2017|

The workshop is directed for PhD Students, Post-Docs, Microscopy Technicians and Independent Researchers. Participants are expected to be acquainted with the basics of Widefield Fluorescence Microscopy. No prior experience with High-Throughput techniques is required. This workshop is having place on 9 – 13  July 2018, Lisbon (Portugal). More information here!

Hands-on Workshop Epithelial Systems

2018-05-25T15:59:40+00:00November 23rd, 2017|

Hands-on Workshop Epithelial Systems: physiology and pathophysiology 23-27 July 2018 The workshop includes lectures, tutorials and hand-on practicals. There is no fee (Supported by ECFS). And travel grants may be awarded to students from The Netherlands, France and Germany, by their CF patients organizations. Limited to 16 participants only, so hurry up with the application. More [...]

BioISI MSc projects presentation

2018-03-29T11:09:14+00:00November 23rd, 2017|

Are you thinking about your MSc degree? Find out about research opportunities at BioISI!  On April 11th, 12.00-14.00, our researchers will be in the building C3, to show you their research opportunities and internship projects! Register at bioisicom@fc.ul.pt, until April 10th. Your participation is free, and we will have a slice of pizza [...]

Regulation of the mechanism of Type-II NADH: Quinone oxidoreductase from S. aureus

2018-07-16T12:27:32+00:00November 23rd, 2017|

Type-II NADH:quinone oxidoreductases (NDH-2s) are membrane proteins involved in respiratory chains and the only enzymes with NADH:quinone oxidoreductase activity expressed in Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), one of the most common causes of clinical infections. NDH-2s are members of the two-Dinucleotide Binding Domains Flavoprotein (tDBDF) superfamily, having a flavin adenine dinucleotide, FAD, as prosthetic group and [...]

Wine With Science Hangout

2018-03-27T13:36:03+00:00July 31st, 2012|

Inserted in the Science and Technology week, from 23rd to 29th November. There is going to be a social gathering to talk about science while tasting wine on the 24th of November in the bar of Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa. You can also attend the public Workshops: ‘The genome just one click away’ and ‘From [...]

Science & Technology Week 2017

2019-02-12T14:52:27+00:00July 31st, 2012|

From 23rd to 29th November we are celebrating the Science and Technology week. Come join us for various activities like, from talks to workshops and social gatherings. Workshops for general public: ‘The genome just one click away’ and ‘From a magnifying glass to atomic force microscopy – searching for the minions’. Hangout Session to talk about Science and [...]

Prof. Margarida Amaral Receives Honorable Mention

2018-03-27T13:41:56+00:00July 31st, 2012|

Professor Margarida Amaral, BioISI Coordinator and Principal Investigator of the Functional Genomics and Proteostase Unit (Fun-GP), received the Honorable Mention on the 27th of July in the Scientific Awards of the University of Lisbon / Caixa Geral de Depósitos, in the field of ​​Biology, Biological Engineering, Biochemistry and Biotechnology. The 17 Awards and 18 Honorable [...]

A Mathematical Model of the Phosphoinositide Pathway.

2018-03-29T07:47:22+00:00July 31st, 2012|

Phosphoinositides are signalling lipids that constitute a complex network regulating many cellular processes. We propose a computational model that accounts for all species of phosphoinositides in the plasma membrane of mammalian cells. The model replicates the steady-state of the pathway and most known dynamic phenomena. Sensitivity analysis demonstrates model robustness to alterations in the parameters. [...]

Magnetic properties and core electron binding energies of liquid water.

2018-03-29T10:19:13+00:00July 31st, 2012|

The magnetic properties and the core and inner valence electron binding energies of liquid water are investigated. The adopted methodology relies on the combination of molecular dynamics and electronic structure calculations. Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics with the Becke and Lee-Yang-Parr functionals for exchange and correlation, respectively, and includes an empirical correction (BLYP-D3) functional and classical molecular [...]

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