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Why is Circular Economy so important to protect our planet? How should we change our habits as consumers? Is plastic the big enemy? Catarina Barreiros, zero waste advocate, Paulo Ferrão, president of IN+, and Ana Júlia Pinto, EDP’s Environment and Climate expert, answer these and other big questions on Circular Economy.
The 4th edition of the Individual Scientific Employment Stimulus Competition is open until February 26, 2021. Applicants must previously identify the host institution where they will develop their research plan. The selected doctorates are directly hired by the host institution identified, through FCT funding.
FCT has announced a new Call for Projects in all Scientific Domains, with submissions from January 28 to March 10, 2021. The competition will support two types of projects: Exploratory research projects (PeX) and Scientific research and technological development projects (IC&DT).
FLAD is launching the 2nd edition of the FLAD Science Award – Atlantic for researchers working in Portugal aiming to develop a collaborative effort with researchers in the USA. The award has a maximum value of € 300.000. Applications are open between 1 and 28 February 2021.
The Energy Services Regulatory Authority (ERSE) closed last January 7th a Public Consultation for contributions aiming at reformulating the Regulations for self-consumption of electric energy. IN+ researchers Diana Neves and Diana Vieira Fernandes are experts in sustainable energy systems and made some useful and constructive contributions.
Centre for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research
We are a cross-disciplinary research venue, acting to integrate scientific research in technology, innovation and public policy, striving to promote the sustainable application of science. Institutionally, IN+ operates at Técnico Lisboa and is a member of the associate laboratory LARSyS.
Our activities brings together researchers from various research areas, often called laboratories, who join efforts to achieve a sustainable society, by cooperating with industry and fostering a scientific culture in our spaces, fellows and communities.