Sobre os centros de investigação a que pertencem os revisores dos textos do Projeto Passarola...
José Paulo Santos, professor do Departamento de Física, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
"(...) one of the three groups of the new research unit LIBPhys (Laboratory for Instrumentation, Biomedical Engineering and Radiation Physics) (...).
The R&D activities of LIBPhys are developed in the areas of atomic, molecular, nuclear physics and electronic & industrial automation instrumentation with applications to analytical methods, radiation detection, and biomedical engineering. (...)"
Professor do Departamento de Química, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
"(...) UCIBIO’s key strength lies on its broad scope of fundamental and applied research standing at the interface of Chemistry and Biology to address pertinent questions at atomic, molecular, sub-cellular and cellular levels, including cell-to-cell interactions and population evolutionary dynamics."
Research conducted at UCIBIO is highly interdisciplinary and integrative, organized around eight research groups (RG): Chem4Omics (C4O), Functional Molecules & Nanomaterials (FMN), Structural Molecular Biology (SMB), Molecular Microbiology (MM), Theoretical & Computational Biochemistry (TCB), Toxicology (TOXI), Drugs Targets & Biomarkers (DTB), Biomodels, Bioanalytics & Biophysics (BBB)."
Professora do Departamento de Ciências dos Materiais, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
"(...) devoted to develop radical new approaches in the area of Structural Materials; Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials; Polymeric and Mesomorph Materials; Dielectric and Electroactive Materials, involving Nanofabrication and Micro/Nanotechnologies tools, well supported by modeling activities, where emphasis is put on:
- Nano and micro technologies applied to electronic functional materials;
- Nanostructured materials for bio-sensors and novel devices;
- Nanofabrication and flexible electronics;
- Modeling of nano and mesoscopic bio-fluidics and complex systems;
- Nanoscale rheology: from biology to frictionless nanomachines.
- Novel nanostructured polymers, ceramics and dielectrics for bio and electronic applications;
- Mastering surfaces and interfaces."