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CICS.NOVA in the media
Stop to Think: Education. David Justino, CICS.NOVA researcher, was one of the invited specialists for the conference cycle "Stop to Think", organized by the newspaper Expresso and DECO Proteste on the subject of education. An article was published on the newspaper about this session entitled "Teachers are not ready for remote teaching".
The city in metamorphosis. João Seixas, researcher at CICS.NOVA, signs an essay entitled "The city in metamorphosis" published in the newspaper Público, which reflects on cities in the post-pandemic times, as well as on alternative urban models to face emerging social, economic, political and environmental challenges.
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Covid-19: Two out of three Portuguese people reduced the intensity and frequency of outdoor exercise. An Iberian study, with the participation of CICS.NOVA researchers, on the change in the practice of outdoor exercise during confinement, was shared by several news channels. In addition to the news agency LUSA, the results were also shared on TVI24 online, in Visão Saúde, in Health News, in Observador, among others.
Lockdown has led to a decrease in physical exercise. Newspaper Público shared the results of an Iberian study on the change of outdoor exercise practice during confinement due to Covid-19, developed by researchers from CICS.NOVA and GISEAFE.
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What is our life? How will we live the city? Researcher João Seixas was interviewed on radio station Antena 1 about the changes that our relationship with the cities could experience due to the pandemic.
Listen to the full interview here.
Now what? What will happen to nightlife? LXNights research network, in which CICS.NOVA researchers participate, gave an interview to Time Out magazine, discussing the Covid-19 impacts in the cities' nightlife.
Read the full interview here (p. 78-79)
Covid-19: Telework is here to stay, but it comes with certain risks, experts warn. António Brandão Moniz, CICS.NOVA researcher, was interviewed by the newspaper Público in an article that also gathers the opinion of other experts on telework in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read the full interview here.
City, pandemic and crisis... Fernando Matos Rodrigues, PhD student at CICS.NOVA, is the co-author of an article entitled "City, pandemic and crisis...", published in the newspaper SOL. This article discusses the changes in daily life, in the city and in the economy brought about by the pandemic, in a world that is increasingly unpredictable.
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Nightlife, a government priority in post-pandemic times. Jordi Nofre, a CICS.NOVA researcher, co-authored an article published in the newspaper Público about the nightlife in the face of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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What is the impact of the forced confinement related to the Covid-19 pandemic? José de São José, a CICS.NOVA researcher, is interviewed by SIC on the impact of the Covid-19 related social isolation on the elderly.
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Dalila Cerejo is interviewed by news channel RTP 3, on the programme 360, about domestic violence during confinement. Dalila Cerejo, researcher at CICS.NOVA and at the National Observatory on Violence and Gender of the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon, is interviewed by RTP 3, on the programme 360, on domestic violence in times of confinement.
Find the interview here.
The current housing problem can and should be used to correct regional asymmetries. Gonçalo Antunes, CICS.NOVA researcher, was interviewed by SMART/CITIES Magazine | Sustainable Cities on the problem of access to housing.
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The researcher Iva Pires talked about food waste on Linha da Frente, a TV show broadcast by RTP1 on January 9 2020. Available here.
Iva Pires is the author of the study PERDA (waste), which is a result of the Project of Study and Reflexion on Food Waste, coordinated by her, Sofia Guedes Vaz (Cense, NOVA FCT) and David Sousa (ICS-UL; CESTRAS).
António Brandão Moniz was interviewed by Daniel Oliveira for his podcast “Perguntar não ofende”. They talked about robotic and technological development, its consequences to the professions related to services, commerce, management and industrial production, as well as the progressive empowerment of the machines. António Brandão Moniz authors the book Robotics and Work: The future today, edited in 2018.