Candidaturas para a 2.ª edição do Campus 2030 a decorrer até 07 de fevereiro de 2021 - uma oportunidade para estudantes, professores e investigadores converterem o seu campus num modelo global de sustentabilidade.
This course promotes a multidisciplinary approach presenting the most recent findings on the topic and challenging the traditional way of considering symbiotic associations as exceptions and not as the rule.
This course aims to explore ways of communicating science to non-specialized audiences, such as policy makers, industry, general public (including students and teachers), and media professionals, through their engagement and participation in citizen science activities.
This course aims at exploring how scientists can use social media as tools to enhance the communication of their research and the dialogue with society, and discussing the differences that exist in the work of scientists and journalists in terms of the methods and deadlines they meet and exploring how scientists and journalists can better articulate.
This course will teach how to apply the SWAT eco-hydrological model to assess the impacts of climate and associated changes on water-soil-plant interactions, and consequences to water resources, soil erosion and nutrient cycles.