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POSTPONED **** Brain Awareness Week: How do scientists see inside your brain?

POSTPONED **** Brain Awareness Week: How do scientists see inside your brain?

This event is postponed due to the UC's COVID19 contingency plan. 

Have you ever heard of Magnetic Resonance Imaging? Are you curious about it? Proaction Lab is setting an open talk about it in Coimbra. Join us!

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Science Cafe about the brain | Science and Technology Week

Science Cafe about the brain | Science and Technology Week

Proaction Lab hosted together with CNC - Centre for Neuroscience and Cell Biology, its first science cafe, under the Science and Technology Week theme. The event "Brain: past, present and future" was held in Aqui Base Tango pub, with the goal to have an informal conversation about the challenges in neuroscience research, from old discoveries to new exciting possibilities. The event had two guests: André Peres, a post-doctoral researcher at the Proaction Lab, and Ana Luísa Cardoso, an assistant researcher at the CNC.

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Proaction Lab Open Day | Science and Technology Week 2019

Proaction Lab Open Day | Science and Technology Week 2019

From 24th until 30th of November the Science and Technology Week is being celebrated in Portugal. To mark the occasion, the Proaction Lab had an Open Day, having received 21 curious participants. Three different groups had a guided tour and met our researchers.

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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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