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Óscar Gonçalves joins Proaction Lab

Óscar Gonçalves joins Proaction Lab

He is 62 years old and already lost count of the kilometres he ran during his life. His name os Óscar Gonçalves, or "Professor Óscar" and he is considered the Portuguese pioneer of psychological neuroscience research. The scientist, who is also a marathonist, embraced a new challenge and is in Coimbra that he is crossing the finish line this year.

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The European Researchers' Night is back!

The European Researchers' Night is back!

The European Researchers' Night is a science communication project funded by the (you guessed it), European Commission. The Proaction Lab is once again participating in this event and this year we have some news.

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Interuniversity Master in Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology Applications are almost open!

Interuniversity Master in Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology Applications are almost open!

Information for applications for the IMCEN - 2nd Edition 2020/2021 is now available here.

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COVID-19: scientists publish security measures for neuroscience research

COVID-19: scientists publish security measures for neuroscience research

A group of 41 scientists from 20 countries, including our head of the lab, Jorge Almeida, developed a guide to quickly and safely reestablish research and clinical activities related to neuroscience and the use of brain stimulation techniques, that are currently very limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: Podcasts again!

Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: Podcasts again!

Portugal started today the second phase of loosing the security measures put in place to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic. It seems that, slowly, things will start to get back to normal or the closest we can get to it. For that reason, this is the last post of the 'Surviving the Quarantine with the Proaction Lab' series we have scheduled for now. We sincerley hope we get no reason whatsoever to resume this series. For this last one, we have two podcasts you can listen anywhere, with or without a protective mask. Neuroscience is obviously the main focus.

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