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 News detail | 1.07.2016

Braga to be the home of the first quantum laboratory in Portugal

The University of Minho and The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory have today signed a memorandum of understanding to install The Laboratory of Science, Technology and Quantum Materials, the “first of its kind” in Portugal, in the city of Braga. The Minister of Education,
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TSF | Notícias | 5.04.2017

UMinho’s international masters wins European cultural award

Both renovation of the Clérigos Church and Tower in Oporto, and the University of Minho’s Masters in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions are among the 29 laureates for the 2017 European Prize on Cultural Heritage. The Europa Nostra Award, represented in Portugal

Diário de Notícias | 27.03.2017

Portuguese higher education institutions granted € 500 million in research funds

National and international consortiums are making it possible for Portuguese higher education institutions to have access to research funds that were inaccessible only half a dozen years ago. The funding comes mostly from the European programme Horizon 2020. In a statement given to the newspaper Diário
Antena 1 | Portugal em Direto | 27.03.2017

UMinho creates groundbreaking programme to boost graduates’ employment

A pioneer programme to boost the speed of recent graduates’ employment has been created by the University of Minho. Its goal is to shorten the time between graduation and the graduates’ first job. The programme consists of 10 group and one-on-one sessions for two months and a half, aiming
SIC | Primeiro Jornal | 7.02.2017

Women in Science

Four projects, led by Portuguese female researchers, were commended today by the President of the Republic. The award-winning projects range from research on malaria to a research project aiming to find new therapies for bone regeneration. Commentaries by Isabel Veiga, from the University of Minho’s