CES team members, Rita Campos and Bianca Brito, travelled to Viena, to interview Gisela Ibáñez-Redín, a team member from the University of Vienna (UniVie).
The Bioassembler team keeps growing and becoming more multidisciplinary.
This Monday our group had a long and productive meeting to present the project's work to the European Comission.
CES team members participated in the ECSA Conference held in Vienna, and SciCompT, held in Braga.
BIOASSEMBLER members met to discuss issues related to CES research, involving the opportunities and risks of multiplexed biosensors and the communication on the technology.
In July 2024, the "Critical Approaches to the Sustainable Transformation" Summer School will be based at the University of Algarve and just opened the application period. Join us next summer!