CIMO-IPB will organize the next CA17128 LignoCOST Co-located joint Working Groups + 3rd MC meeting that will be held in Hotel Régua Douro, Régua, Portugal in November 13-14. The main objective of LignoCOST is to establish a sound network covering the entire value chain in which relevant information can be produced with a focus on lignin valorisation towards sustainable industrial applications.
Within the context of the project TRANSCOLAB – Cross-Border Collaborative Laboratory for Sustainability and Innovation in the Agro-Food and Agro-Industrial Sectors, Paralab and CIMO-IPB have organized the workshop “Fat and proteins determination in food matrices” where the application of innovative methods (RMN and DUMAS) versus traditional ones was discussed. The workshop, which ocured on 2...
CIMO vice-coordinator João Azevedo participated, in representation of the Iberian Mountain Research Network (RIIM), at a round table on International Cooperation in Mountain Areas and Climate Change during the “3er Coloquio internacional sobre cambio climático en zonas de montaña OPCC2 2019” that took place Jaca, Spain, on october 22-23.
CIMO researcher João Brandão Rodrigues was elected President of the European Federation for the Promotion of Draught Horses (FECTU) during the General Assembly of the Federation that took place in Szreniawa, Poland, on April 27-28.
On April 2nd 2019, through its research unit CIMO, IPB became an Associate Member of ARCP (Associação Rede de Competência em Polímeros). ARCP promotes research between academy and industry enhancing the use of emerging knowledge in the field of polymeric materials. Currently ARCP integrates academic members (UA, FCUC, FEUP, IPB and IPV), and i...
The Portuguese Animal Traction Association (APTRAN), Aldeia Association,
CIMO and School of Agriculture of the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança,
and the Municipality of Vimioso, with the support of the Portuguese
Society of Forest Science (SPCF), organize the III Sustainable
Agroforestry Management Week Vimioso 2019.
"A Minha Horta é Biológica" is the title of the new book of Isabel de
Maria Mourão and Miguel Maria Brito. Like its predecessor, the best
seller "Uma Horta em Casa", their new book is centered in urban, home
and community gardens and their benefits for all but directed to
helping family members, including children, in the practice of