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Hoje, 31 de Maio: "Debates com Ciência: Eletrificação Remota", com Jorge Maia Alves, (IDL, FCUL) e Joel Barros (Tamera Solar Village)

Dia 31 de Maio às 18h30 na Rua dos Anjos 12F. Debates organizados pelo IDL e Mob-espaço associativo.

Afonso Loureiro, doutorando do IDL, premiado com “Best student poster” na conferência "Seismix 2016 - 17th International Seismix Symposium”

Mais informações sobre a conferência: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/geosciences/events/seismix-2016-1028.php

O projeto "A Onda da Nazaré: um estímulo para a aprendizagem" no blog Plainspoken Scientist

O projeto "A Onda da Nazaré: um estímulo para a aprendizagem" no blog Plainspoken Scientis, um blog sobre comunicar ciência da American Geophysical Union (AGU).

http://blogs.agu.org/sciencecommunication/2016/05/17/triggers-science-co...

Encontros do IDL: Volcanic Eruptions and the Death of Dinosaurs, Eric Font (IDL), 18th of May at 13:00

The origin of the mass extinction which occurred at the end of the Cretaceous and involved the death of dinosaurs is still matter of debate. The impact of a meteorite is the most known theory. In this lecture, Eric Font will talk about his recent study (published in Geology and covered by national and international media) which showed the importance the volcanism of large scale, in specific the Deccan volcanism in India, had in the extinction in mass and dinosaur death.

Wednesday 18th May 13:00 - Biblioteca IDL, room 1.1.36

TIDES 2016 Sesimbra advanced Training School: SEISMIC NOISE: FROM GENERATION TO INTERFEROMETRY

Sesimbra SPA (Portugal) 19-23 September 2016

Artigo de vários investigadores do IDL é capa da Seismological Research Letters

"Educating for Earthquake Science and Risk in a Tectonically Slowly Deforming Region", artigo de vários investigadores do IDL na capa da Seismological Research Letters.

Link para a Seismological Research Letters:
http://www.seismosoc.org/publications/srl/

"Encontro com o Cientista" Mário Cachão, investigador do IDL, na Escola Ciência Viva

Leia mais sobre o encontro dos alunos com o cientista Mário Cachão aqui:
http://escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2015_16/Investigador/MarioCacha...

Crédito Imagem: Escola Ciência Viva

As Praias de Cascais: ontem e hoje

Foi hoje o lançamento do filme “As Praias de Cascais: ontem e hoje” na plataforma youtube
(link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0GRu0cGqW4&feature=youtu.be).

"Debates com Ciência: O que é o fracking?", com Rui Baptista, Professor da FCUL e Raquel Ponte da Plataforma Algarve Livre de Petróleo

Dia 26 de Abril (3ª feira) às 18h30 na Rua dos Anjos 12F. Debates organizados pelo IDL e Mob-espaço associativo.

Hannibal route through the Alps: A puzzle with more than 2000 years

IDL and Departamento de Geologia researcher Pedro J. M. Costa was part of the international team that determined the exact route used around 220 BC by the brilliant general Hannibal (for many the most ingenious military in history).
Romans had assumed the Alps created a secure natural barrier against invasion. However, Hannibal and its army smashed apart the Roman forces with its army of 37 elephants, 15000 horses and 30000 men. One question remained for centuries: how did the Carthaginian general and his army reach Italy? Where was the route used to cross the Alps?

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