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Science around Coffee

To counter the scarcity of opportunities for informal interaction between society and the scientific community, these relaxed talks around a cup of coffee will introduce a guest scientist and allow for the discussion of such issues as: What kind of science is done in Portugal? Who are our scientists? How do they work? What do they research? Which results do they obtain?

Conversations and Debates
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2017-09-17
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2017-06-25
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2017-05-28
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In one more session of Coffee with Science, we will look at the surprising strategies developed by plants in the face of stressful situations.Since 2013, Herlander Azevedo has been an assistant researcher for CIBIO/InBIO (the Cent...
Antigoni Kaliontzopoulou is the guest of this session of Coffee with Science, in March.She graduated in Biology from the University of Crete (Greece) and in 2010 obtained her PhD from the Department of Animal Biology of the Univer...
Sónia Ferreira has worked as a researcher at CIBIO-InBIO since 2005 and will share her knowledge in this Coffee with Science.She has worked in inventory projects of insecst and other invertebrates in several protected areas in Po...
From micro-forests to botanical collections - a journey across the hardest-to-see plantsCristiana Vieira is the guest Researcher who will start another cycle of Coffee with Science.She has a BSc honours degree and a PhD in Biology...
Ana Veríssimo is the guest of another session of Coffee with Science.Since 2012, she has worked as a post-doctoral researcher at CIBIO-INBIO. She graduated in Applied Marine Biology in 2001 from the University of Lisbon and then ...
Luís Palma, a researcher of CIBIO-InBIO, is the guest of this session of Coffee with Science. He is currently the scientific coordinator of the project to reintroduce the osprey in Portugal and participates in several research pr...
Marisa Graça, the guest of this session, graduated in Landscape Architecture in 2014. Since then she has been involved in the development and coordination of various projects and studies, both private and public (public and priva...
Helping parents raise siblings and taking care of the home, cooperative breeding in a bird species of Southern AfricaThe researcher Rita Covas is the guest of another session of Coffee with Science.Similar to the situation in huma...
Degree and a master's degree in Biology from the University of Milan (Italy), completed his PhD in Animal Biology in 2008, from the same institution. Angelica Crottini worked as a post-doc researcher at the University of Braun...
Joana Marques, the guest of this week’s session, is a postdoctoral researcher at CIBIO-INBio (Research Centre in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources of the University of Porto). She has been working with lichens since the complet...
The guest of this session of Coffee with Science is the researcher Teresa Silva. She has a B.Sc. Hons. degree in Applied Biology from the University of Minho and more than 10 years of practical experience in molecular biology. She...
Martim Melo is the guest speaker for yet another Coffee with Science.He holds an undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Lisbon, obtained his Master’s degree in Conservation Biology from the University of Cape Tow...
Catarina Ginja is the guest speaker at the first Coffee with Science of 2016 and will come to Serralves to explain how zooarchaeology and genetics open a direct window onto the past and enable us to capture the temporal and geogra...
Marta Soares is the guest of another session of Coffee with Science.?In 2001, she completed a B.Sc. in Marine Biology from the University of Lisbon in 2008 and a PhD in Behavioral Sciences and Marine Ecology at the University of E...
Fernando Martinez-Freiria is the guest of another Coffee with Science.?He completed a B.Sc degree at the University of Santiago de Compostela and a PhD at the University of Salamanca, both in Spain. He is currently pursuing a post...
New molecular tools have revolutionised the way that science is conducted in many fields. Biodiversity is no exception. The identification of species using tiny clues (fur or droppings) is now possible and used regularly when work...
Joana Ferreira da Silva is the guest of another Coffee with Science.She completed her B.Sc. degree in Biology at the University of Lisbon, an MA from the University of Porto and a PhD at Cardiff University (Wales, UK). She is curr...
Nuno Monteiro is the guest of this session of Coffee with Science.He completed his B.Sc. degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Applied Ecology at the University of Porto, where subsequently, in the context of the GABBA Doct...
Nadia Barros is the guest of this session of Coffee with Science.She has a B.Sc. degree in Biological Sciences from the Institute of Biosciences, University of São Paulo (1997) and a PhD in Genetics and Evolutionary Biology from ...
Cristina Garcia is the guest of this session of Coffee with Science.She has investigated the consequences of animal-plant interactions on the functioning of ecosystems, from different perspectives. During her PhD, in the Doñana B...
Nuno Queiroz is the guest speaker of this session of Coffee with Science.He has a BA Hons degree in Biology from the Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto (FCUP). In 2004 he completed a Master’s degree in Applied Ecology, fro...
Cândida Vale is the guest speaker at this session of Coffee with Science.She completed a BA Hons degree in Biology at the University of Oporto and has a master's degree in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution from CIBIO / INB...
Hugo Rebelo is the guest speaker at another session of Coffee with Science.  He completed a B.Sc. degree in Biology at the University of Lisbon and a PhD from the University of Bristol (England). He worked for four years at t...
With Catarina Pinho, CIBIO/InBIOCatarina Pinho is the guest speaker at this session of Coffee with Science. She has a B.Sc. degree in Biology from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (FCUP), and completed her P...
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CIBIO is a Research Centre of the University of Porto in Biological Sciences which conducts basic and applied research on the three main components of biodiversity: genes, species and ecosystems. The Research Centre aims to promote the advancement of scientific knowledge in the aforementioned fields, collaborate in the definition of conservation priorities and management measures with the national and international conservation authorities, train students at various levels, and improve the public’s understanding and appreciation of biodiversity. 

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