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Filipe Venade de Sousa will be part of the Conference on Nursing in Catholic University | July 10th Filipe Venade de Sousa, researcher at JusGov, will be a speaker at the Conference "A Verdade no Concreto do [...]
Merkel was present at the inauguration of Bosch's new Technology and Development Center | May 30th German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa were present at the inauguration of the new Bosch Technology and [...]
Conferences Series | European Utopia: the power of imagination and the imperatives of the future | Serralves Foundation | May 7th – January 7th
Conferences Series | European Utopia: the power of imagination and the imperatives of the future | Serralves Foundation | May 7th - January 7th These Conferences Series are promoted by the Serralves Foundation with the institutional support of [...]
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