Highlights

By setting up an integrated recycling facility, the consortium of 13 interdisciplinary European partners will provide a solution to greatly reduce Lithium waste and decrease the dependency of the EU on imported battery chemicals and raw materials.

18-07-2022

O MARE participa na Conferência dos Oceanos 2022 das Nações Unidas Lisboa, de 27 de junho a 1 de julho de 2022

21-06-2022

Através do Projeto EEA Grants, os estudantes da Pós-graduação em Ciências Marinhas, Tecnologia e Sociedade da FCT NOVA estão a realizar um excelente estágio no Ocean Lab da Universidade Metropolitana de Oslo, na Noruega!

15-06-2022

MARINE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY EDUCATION PROGRAMME by NOVA School of Science and Technology, OsloMet and IPMA

22-02-2022

O projeto RELiEF, coordenado Pela Prof. Alexandra Ribeiro foi um dos projetos financiados pela Comissão Europeia no âmbito de um concurso transversal destinado ao Cluster 5 do Horizonte Europa: Clima, Energia e Mobilidade.

08-02-2022

Aceite o desafio e venha celebrar o Dia Nacional do Mar – Sessão sobre Literacia oceânica e a Comunidade Educativa – 16 de Novembro – 17.30h (online/webinar)

15-11-2021

Events

Research

CENSE - Environment and Sustainability Research Center
CENSE - Environment and Sustainability Research Center

Interdisciplinary research in environmental science and engineering, on the interaction between natural and human systems, to promote sustainable development.

MARE - Center for Marine and Environmental Sciences
MARE - Center for Marine and Environmental Sciences

Center for scientific research, technological development and innovation, with an integrative and holistic approach, concentrating a great diversity of valences, capacities and means, having a nationwide territorial implantation and developing its research activities oriented to the problems and challenges of society, in close partnership with national and international research centers.

Get to know DCEA

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The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (DCEA) at FCT NOVA started in 1976, with the launching of the Environmental Engineering course, a first of its kind worldwide. Over the past 40 years, DCEA has been able to adapt to the extraordinary evolution in this area, expanding the scope and expertise to tackle new environmental and sustainability challenges of the 21st Century. DCEA provides several courses (bachelor, master and doctoral courses) in the broad area of environment and sustainability, guided by scientific and technical quality, preparing the students for the national and international markets. DCEA also promotes R&D, assumed as a key pillar of teaching, by supporting national and international projects and an extensive network of collaboration with industry and public administration. DCEA coordinates several education programmes under the EIT Climate-KIC, namely the Journey, the Climate Innovation Leadership program and Pioneers in Practice.