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Projetos de Investigação
Science in the City
‘Science in the city’ will be the motto to involve the general public with research activities and scientific knowledge that are underway to help answering to major concerns of urban communities related to global changes, and to shape and improve quality of life for the next decades. This motto is highlighted given the increasing levels of concern perceived in urban society, in particular among young people, on how to overcome global changes, while preserving natural and cultural heritage in the attempt to reach sustainability. By adopting this vision for the European Researchers' Night, this proposal intends to respond to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and societal goals of the EU framework program. It aims therefore to raise public awareness on the relevance of science to assure quality of life in the future and to bridge the gap between scientists and society, giving researchers the opportunity to perceive the main concerns of citizens and how they see and understand their work, while engaging young people with science. The project will reflect on this problematic in the context of cultural heritage preservation. The consortium of this project, coordinated by the University of Lisbon through the National Museum of Natural History and Science (MUHNAC-ULisboa), combines efforts between researchers of major universities in Portugal – University of Minho, University of Lisbon, Nova University in Lisbon, University of Évora and the Lisbon University Institute. The Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies in Estoril will contribute to the cultural heritage preservation approach while disseminating food security practices and the Lisbon municipality will be a central partner for the engagement of diverse audiences and civil society stakeholders. The project will cover urban areas in Portugal from north to south, bridging the gap between researchers and society and contributing to bring societal actors together for the research and innovation process.
Informação do Projeto
2018-05-01
2019-12-31
Parceiros do Projeto
Tauromaquia, Património Cultural de Portugal – Orçamento participativo Portugal 2017
O projeto é executado por uma equipa de investigadores afetos ao CIES-IUL, à qual compete: a) Apoiar os municípios no levantamento das manifestações tauromáquicas presentes nos seus territórios. b) Promover o levantamento da componente nacional da cultura tauromáquica, isto é, dos elementos que não se reduzem aos territórios municipais, mas antes, que apresentem dimensão nacional. c) Elaborar conteúdos e reunir a documentação necessária às propostas de registo das práticas taurinas em território nacional para o Inventário Nacional do Património Imaterial (INPCI).
Informação do Projeto
2018-03-19
2020-03-18
Parceiros do Projeto
European Researchers' Night
Informação do Projeto
2016-09-01
2018-03-31
Parceiros do Projeto
Sustainable workforce
The main goals of the Sustainable Workforce project are: a) to analyze the causes of organizational investments: Why do some organizations invest in a sustainable workforce while others do not? b) to explore which employees are actually going to make use of these investments; c) to investigate the returns of these investments for individual employees, organizations and countries, in terms of, for example, increased job satisfaction, better performance and a flourishing economy. The project will be exploring the causes and consequences of investments made for organizations and its employees in human and social capital; new ways of working. The Sustainable Workforce Survey collected information from organizations, managers and employees in Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Informação do Projeto
2015-04-13
2015-12-31
Parceiros do Projeto