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Bio[r]SciDE – Science Days and Ephemeris | International Microorganism Day

2022-09-23T10:07:32+00:00September 16th, 2022|

On this International Microorganism Day, we want to invite you to participate in two different scientific outreach events promoted by BioISI researchers that certainly will allow you to know more about these “invisible agents. Don’t judge microorganisms by their size. It is – indeed - inversely proportional to their role in our world!  

FCT Summer with Science Programme @ BioISI

2022-07-15T11:56:32+00:00July 14th, 2022|

BioISI has an open call for 9 research fellowships for R&D Initiation within FCT Summer with Science Programme, aimed at giving BSc. and MSc. students an opportunity to perform a summer internship in a national R&D Unit. The deadline for application is July 20, 2022.

RNA Systems Biology Lab researchers awarded within the 3rd International Meeting of the Portuguese Society of Genetics

2022-07-06T16:01:41+00:00July 5th, 2022|

Carolina Ruivinho and Cláudia Estima were distinguished, respectively, with the Prof. Dr. Amândio Sampaio Tavares award for the best oral communication (ex-aequo), and the best poster award in the Biomedical Genetics session and the Prof. Luís Archer award for the best poster communication (ex-aequo) within the 3rd International Meeting of the Portuguese Society of Genetics.

BioISI Digest | Uncovering the role of DNA methyltransferases in grapevine – Plasmopara viticola interaction: from genome-wide characterization to global methylation patterns

2022-07-01T16:21:15+00:00July 1st, 2022|

This paper reports the research led by Andreia Figueiredo and first-authored by Gonçalo Pereira, showing that certain enzymes involved in the process of DNA methylation have an important role on grapevine cultivar’s susceptibility or tolerance to develop downy mildew disease. Find out in detail this research work by reading this digest.

BioISI Digest | Single-ion magnet behaviour in homoleptic Co(ii) complexes bearing 2-iminopyrrolyl ligands

2022-07-01T11:59:40+00:00June 30th, 2022|

Nuno A. G. Bandeira publsihed a new research article on which he describes the structure and properties of four cobalt (II) complexes presenting single-ion magnet behavior that can, for instance, ultimately revolutionise the industry of all electronic devices from desktop PCs to smartphones. Find out how in this BioISIDigest.

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