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Proaction Lab celebrates its 6th birthday

Proaction Lab celebrates its 6th birthday

Our laboratory celebrates its 6th year of existence.
"We are very happy to celebrate this day." Jorge Almeida, the Proaction Lab director added. The laboratory had the chance to lunch together to commemorate the occasion and afterwards, they participated in a teambuilding activity called the "Secret Lab - 6th birthday competition".

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Proaction's student helps to shine light on brain stimulation technique

Proaction's student helps to shine light on brain stimulation technique

A new study is adding knowledge on the use of a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that is being successful in motor activity studies.

The study was published by an Italian team, from which Rita Donato, one of our visiting research student, is part of.
 

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Proaction Lab hosts science cafe about the brain

Proaction Lab hosts science cafe about the brain

What were the most fascinating scientific discoveries about the human brain in the past century? What questions is the neuroscientific community trying to answer today? And what would be the major breakthroughs in the future? This is the starting point of the science cafe Proaction Lab will be hosting later this month under the celebrations of the Science and Technology week 2019.

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The Proaction Lab is open!

The Proaction Lab is open!

Under the commemorations of the Science and Technology week of 2019, the Proaction Lab is opening its doors to the community on November 27th. This initiative aims to attract the general population of the city of Coimbra, promoting the interaction between the University and society.

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Proaction Lab hosts Neuromodulation workshop for IMCEN's students

Proaction Lab hosts Neuromodulation workshop for IMCEN's students

The students of the Interuniversity Master in Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (IMCEN) from the Universities of Minho, Coimbra and Lisbon have attended a workshop in our laboratory space on October 25th. The workshop entitled 'Non-invasive brain stimulation as a diagnostic, research and therapeutic tool' was conducted by Professor Egas Caparelli Dáquer, Professor of Physiology at the University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Coordinator of LabEEL - Nervous System Electrical Stimulation Lab.

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