Se tens uma ideia que pode contribuir para a luta contra a COVID-19 de que estás à espera?
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Tendo em consideração a evolução da situação epidemiológica provocada pelo Covid 19, informamos que o Health Cup – Capital Semente UBImedical será suspenso.
Assim que possível serão comunicadas novas datas.
O Health Cup – capital semente do UBImedical destina-se a apoiar 2 (duas) equipas/projetos por ano, através de:
Destinatários e condições de participação:
Os candidatos que pretendam criar uma empresa nas áreas da saúde e ciências da vida e implementarem-se no UBImedical poderão apresentar-se individualmente ou em equipas, desde que a sua idade seja superior a 18 anos.
Aos 2 melhores projetos será atribuído um capital semente de 5.000 EUR e 1 ano grátis de pré-incubação na incubadora UBImedical.
Consulta toda a informação no Regulamento
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If you have an idea and are a student from the areas of Biomedical Sciences, Bio-engineering, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine, Vision, Industrial Chemistry or Computer Engineering, what are you waiting for?!| Apply until the 20th of May.
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Consult the regulation here: Regulamento_MundoBiomédico_2.0
BGI – Builing Global Innovators was at UBImedical to present the EIT Digital Venture Program.
The EIT Digital Venture Program supports teams from 19 countries, with deeptech business ideas, in finalizing their MVP and starting their venture. With financial support up to 15,000 € and a 6 weeks pre-acceleration phase executed by 4 regional partners in Greece, Latvia, Portugal and Slovenia we help to launch digital tech businesses. Apply by 5th May here: https://fondazioneeitdigitalitaly.submittable.com/submit/
After having conquered the Health-Cup – UBImedical’s Seed Capital, NeuroSov, a spin-off of University of Beira Interior, already begun it’s activity!
You can get to know a bit more of NeuroSov at: https://spinoff.com/neurosov
Starting this January and lasting for 3years, the BIO-ALL project aims to strength higher education system to better respond to entrepreneurs needs in the biohealth sector.
On February 8th, 2019 the BIO-ALL Project’s kick off meeting was held in Covilhã, Portugal. The meeting took place at UBImedical, the University of Beira Interior’s incubator.
This innovative project, led by UBI and funded by the European Commission under the program Erasmus+ (KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Knowledge Alliances) aims to develop entrepreneurial skills that are not yet effectively structured and inserted in the education curricula of schools and universities, although they are especially needed in sectors where entrepreneurs and business find more obstacles to accelerate to commercialization, like the Biotech and health related industries. The main objective of the BIO-ALL – BIOHEALTH Gear Box Alliance, is to tackle a specific skill gap in the Biohealth entrepreneurship supporting systems and in the higher education curricula offers and activities through the design, testing and delivery of an International Joint Post-Graduation, a disruptive and innovative International Joint acceleration program and a virtual Hub suitable for an online supportive network for BIOHEALTH entrepreneurs and innovators.
The consortium is composed of 13 partners, from 4 Countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands). The consortium is structured for having different and complementary skills, joining Higher Education Institutions and entrepreneurial partners with different backgrounds, engaged in fields with a specific intervention in the bio and health sectors. The partners are: Universidade da Beira Interior – Lead Partner (PT), Project Coordinator; Asociacion Cluster Granada Plaza Tecnologica y Biotecnologica (ES); Bgi – Building Global Innovators Sa (PT); Centro Europeo de Empresas e Innovacion Aragon Sa (ES); Cube Labs Srl (IT); Friuli Innovazione Centro di Ricerca e di Transferimento Tecnologico Scarl (IT); Fundacion Publica Andaluza Parque Tecnologico de Ciencias de la Salud de Granada (ES); Hprd – Health Products Research and Development Lda (PT); Inova+ – Innovation Services, Sa (PT); National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems (IT); Universidad de Granada (ES); Universita Politecnica delle Marche (IT) and Virtual Angle Bv (NL).
“This project – says Dina Pereira, UBImedical’s Manager – was very well received by the European Commission which is expecting a great deal from the consortium, as the BIO-ALL project had a very high rating, fits into a sector with an extreme high potential and where the market needs such answer.”
João Leitão, Professor with Habilitation at UBI, says that “this project will produce a significative impact in the involved countries” and he believes that “this project is the beginning of a series of projects”.
To learn more about the BIO-ALL project or if you would like to know how to participate in the project activities or have access to the resources produced, you can do so by contacting Dina Pereira through the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project Nº.: 600936-EPP-1-2018-1-PT-EPPKA2-KA.
Rome, 8 January 2019 —the experimental course “New Real Estate Manager: a new concept of psychophysical wellbeing in cities and workplace,” as part of the “R.E.New.AL Skills”(Real Estate New Alternative Skills) project, co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, implemented by the Lead Applicant Masterandskills (a business School from Rome) with a relevant European partnership will begin on Friday 11thJanuary, at University La Sapienza in Rome (Economy Department).
The project aims to introduce new managers with innovative skills in the European Real Estate market, in order to design urban and work spaces focusing facility and asset management, workers’ health and well-being and productivity. The RENewAL Learning Programme is the result of an intense year of researches and studies carried out by partners, in the Real Estate and Facility sector in order to draft guidelines for the definition of the essential skills for future real estate managers. The course, which will involve 20 European talents, carefully selected among recent graduates and experts in the Real Estate sector, is aimed at defining and promoting a new set of knowledge, skills and competences in the field of Real Estate, able to fill the pre-existing training gaps and to integrate, in the educational path, the knowledge on Health and Wellbeing for the development of innovative and profitable solutions in Workplace Management environment. The participants will attend 11 modules in relevant fields of Real Estate with formal, informal, and work-based learning techniques; they will be involved in the analysis of case studies, participate to in-class discussions and exercises on the “traditional” areas of Real Estate Management, focusing particularly on Facility Management. Real estate partners, technical partners in the field of Health and Wellbeing and VET providers will contribute to the production of training contents in a multidisciplinary research team and, as stakeholders, they will be able to discuss within a Permanent Forum on the promotion of the Learning Outcomes of the “RENew.Al. Skills” project. For regular updates, for the management of the Permanent Forum for the purposes of overall sustainability and project follow-up, and to share educational resources, it possible to check the following website: https://www.renewal-project.eu/
For further details, please contact Masterandskills’ offices via:
Telephone Number 06 49766240
StartUP Visa is a program to welcome foreign entrepreneurs who wish to develop an entrepreneurship and / or innovation project in Portugal, in order to grant a residence permit or residence permit for entrepreneurial immigrants.
UBImedical is a certified incubator and is available to welcome you.
How can you apply?
The entrepreneurs must submit the application through the online platform https://webapps.iapmei.pt/Startu…/VisaEmp/Account/Login.aspx
Why this topic?
Despite the numerous benefits that can be derived both in diagnosis and in therapy, the exposure to ionizing radiation can be a health problem since
it interacts with tissues and / or organs, it can deposit high amounts of energy there.
The populations are daily exposed to different types of ionizing radiation, with 86% being of natural origin, as is the case of cosmic radiation, terrestrial radiation and radioactivity technology. In some places, the predominance of certain uranium minerals, the existence of gaps and mines may even be responsible for presence of even higher levels of natural radioactivity, especially refers to radon.
Human exposure to radiation is a reality in Portugal, especially in the Beira region, which is characterized by the existence of granite rocks where the uranium content is high, making it, for this reason is one of the areas of increased risk in relation to radioactivity of natural origin.
Departament of Physics, University of Coimbra