The annual meeting of science, technology and innovation in Portugal - Ciência 2021 – had the participation of CEG-IST member Maria do Rosário Partidário as moderator for the “Urban Science and Cities for the Future” session, taking place on June 29th, with the participation of the Climate Detectives from Camarate School and interventions by:
Maria Manuela Silva Pires Silva, Chemistry Research Centre of the University of Minho
“Sustainable windows for energy-efficient buildings”
Alberto Reaes Pinto, Center for Research in Territory, Architecture and Design
“Deconstruction and selective dismantling. Case Study: Evolutionary Modular Housing”
Ian J. Scott, NOVA CIDADE Urban Analytics Lab da NOVAIMS
"Promoting trust and transparency in the world of blockchain waste management: a Polkadot parathread application”
Pedro Pinto, Center for Innovation in Territory, Urbanism and Architecture (CiTUA)
“The Plan: history or vision? Testing the plane-reality adherence in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area through spatial analysis”
Sérgio Moreira, Research Center for Psychological Science
“Fallacies about human behavior that compromise the sustainability of development-induced projects”
Ciência 2021, the annual meeting of science, technology and innovation in Portugal, took place from 28 to 30 June 2021, with the theme “The Science that creates the Future and transforms the Economy”.
The event is promoted by the Foundation for Science and Technology in collaboration with Ciência Viva and the Parliamentary Committee for Education, Science, Youth and Sports, and also has the institutional support of the Portuguese Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education. Like its previous editions, Ciência 2021 addressed the main issues and challenges of the science being made in Portugal, setting the tone for interaction and dialogue between researchers, business and industry, and the public.
This year’s guest country was France, which actively participated in the agenda of the event.