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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    egg inside a microwave oven This was just one of many questions explored in the Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia LNEG David Loureiro and Lucélia Pombeiro answered all the student s questions about energy in their kitchens and daily

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/DavidLuc%C3%A9lia.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    is movement Is it easy and intuitive or hard and complicated And why are there people who decide to study the human gait Miguel Tavares da Silva researcher from Instituto Superior Técnico showed the students some examples of cameras used

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/MiguelSilva.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    to small Pedro Abreu researcher and physicist from the Laboratório de Instrumentação e Partículas visited Escola Ciência Viva to invite the students to a journey to infinity He showed the students a short film in which they realised the scope of big and small from clusters of galaxies to atoms in our cells explained how telescopes and microscopes work and eventually explained them what are magnetic fields and why the

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/PedroAbreu.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    the difference between the flame of a candle on Earth and at the ISS Researcher Manuel Paiva had a chat with Escola Ciência Viva students about weight and weightlessness and using a candle explained how on gravity zero the flame is round The students wanted to know everything about life of an astronaut how they feed in space and how long will it take a trip to Mars The morning

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/ManuelPaiva.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    enjoying discovering new things study hard be sharp eyed all these are requisites to be a good scientist This was the message Rita Abranches Cellular Biologist researcher at ITQB conveyed to the students from Escola Ciência Viva The talk ended

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/RitaAbranches.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    de Ciências from Universidade de Lisboa to meet Rui Agostinho who guided them in a journey through the solar system talking about planets comets and space missions After the presentation the students s morning ended awesomely in the Physics Department

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/RuiAgostinho.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    Sea In this session of Meeting with the scientist the students had the opportunity to meet João Paulo Medeiros who is a researcher of the Centro de Oceanografia from Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa and also his work

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/JoaoMedeiros.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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  • Escola Ciência Viva - Historic
    beyond José Manuel Afonso investigator in the Centro de Astronomia e Astrofísica from Faculdade de Ciências from Universidade de Lisboa was the guest in the Meeting with the Scientist He explained how scientists study the Universe and how using images that come to us from several telescopes some of them on Earth s surface and others in space like the Hubble telescope it is possible to study stars and galaxies

    Original URL path: http://www.escola.cienciaviva.pt/Actividades/2014_15/Investigador/JoseAfonso.asp?accao=changelang&lang=en (2016-01-01)
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