BioMark sensor Research, University of Coimbra
MinGAP Project in Antena 1
Professor Goreti Sales, leader of BioMark Sensor Research from Coimbra University, has been interviewed by Antena 1. She explained that the purpose of MindGAP is to clarify the interrelation between Meditation and Health.
Overall perspectives about MindGap networking activities
MindGAP explained in the morning news of RTP3
Goreti Sales, coordinator of the project, explains to the Portuguese TV channel RTP3 that the main purpose of MindGAP is to clarify and understand the interrelation between Meditation and Health. She also comments on the daily news.
What power has the mind and, more specifically, meditation, in sickness or health?...
Goreti Sales, coordinator of the project, explains to the Portuguese TV channel TVI that the main purpose of MindGAP is to clarify and understand the interrelation between Meditation and Health.
Fourth Consortium Meeting
The third meeting of the consortium took place online on 29th October 2020. The meeting updated partners about progresses of the work done and lead to a brainstorming about the work that should be performed in the near future.
Future Tech Week 2020 Participation
Organized by European Commission in collaboration with FETFX, this event
proposed a range of online sessions focused on high-risk research and innovation, following namely the sustainability and digital policies of the European Commission.
The MindGAP team presented : "Extracellular vesicles as an Emerging Research Trend", Hub 8
Coimbra University is the new partner and coordinator
As the scientific coordinator moved to Coimbra University as Associate Professor with habilitation, the coordination of this project is now from University of Coimbra. ISEP will remain linked to MIndGAP, through the participation of BioMark sensor reserach, from ISEP.
1st Clustering Event for the Extracellular Vesicles FET-Open Projects
Organized by VER4US project, which is headed by Antonella Bongiovanni, this event gathered five FET-Open projects involving extracellular vesicles (EVFOUNDRY, GLADIATOR, INDEX and MindGAP, VER4US), and was an excellent moment of brain storming, highlighting many different fields of interactions that drive to exosomes as a common point.
Check interviews here.
Second Consortium Meeting
The second consortium meeting took place in Kalmar, Sweden, hosted by Linnaeus University. Organized by Ian Nicholls, the meeting updated partners about the progresses of the work done and lead to an excellent moment of discussion about the work that should be done in the near future.
The project started in the first of April 2019 and belongs to the European call FET-OPEN (Future and Emerging Technologies), the pillar of scientific excellence. In total, five partners are involved, including Portugal (ISEP and IPO-Porto), Sweden (University of Linnaeus) and Finland (VTT and University of Oulu), with a budget of 4.4 million euros.