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7 November 2023

Rector's Logic – November  The 'embrace' of NOVA's fundamental values 

On the 31st of October, NOVA University Lisbon welcomed a notable new member to its community, with the award of a Doctorate Honoris Causa to the singer, composer, writer, former Brazilian Minister of Culture and member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, Gilberto Gil. 

2 November 2023

"A tribute to the values of art and citizenship": NOVA awards Doctor Honoris Causa to Gilberto Gil

"A unique day for NOVA", highlighted the Rector of the NOVA University Lisbon, João Sàágua. "A deep gratitude" thanked Gilberto Gil. The story of a very special award in the year in which NOVA University Lisbon celebrates its 50th anniversary. 

31 October 2023

The NOVA Academia de Empreendedorismo is accessible to everyone and its applications are open

This is the second edition of the course, online and free, where the best professors of different schools of NOVA share basic entrepreneurship concepts and ask startup founders to tell about their experiences.

27 October 2023

INTUITIVO wins a 400k euro investment from b2venture European venture firm

It is a digital assessment platform for teachers that focuses on improving the assessment process in schools.

27 October 2023

Excellent Research and Innovation in the spotlight: Join us for the NOVA Science & Innovation Day - November 21st

The NOVA Science & Innovation Day dedicates the morning to science and the afternoon to innovation. An Innovation Fair will be taking place throughout the day.

27 October 2023

NOVA at the workshop and consortium meeting of the Square Project in Tbilisi, Georgia 

From 9th to 11th October NOVA participated in the workshop and consortium meeting of the SQUARE project at the partner institution Tbilisi State Medical University in Tbilisi, Georgia. 

24 October 2023

Official launch of NIMSB - NOVA Institute for Medical Systems Biology: towards a holistic view of health 

A meeting at the NOVA rectory brought together those responsible for the project, to be developed in collaboration with the Max Delbrück Centre in Berlin, and seeking to anticipate as far as possible the diagnosis of diseases and, in the light of this, propose a more personalised treatment.