Science at EUG 2018
The European University Games (EUG2018) and the Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology (CNC) at the University of Coimbra, with the European project FOIE GRAS partnered to communicate the biological underpinnings of exercise practice on our body.

Chronicles at Diário de Coimbra
Physical exercise, health and fat-free livers: An introduction Pumping metabolism: The role of exercise How my fat liver became very slim Good food and exercise a day keeps the doctor away
A tale of a (too much) sugar and how to fight it The (good) residents from within and how to keep them happy Exercise and the Cardiovascular system: Inseparable in health and disease The Tic-Tac of Exercise Practice
Exercise Practice and (In)fertility Exercise practice as a natural beneficial therapy for menopause Not to move because it hurts, or moving not to hurt? Exercise Practice and Brain Development
Sports and Neurodegenerative Diseases Memory Run - About the cognitive benefits of exercise

Radio pieces at Rádio Universidade de Coimbra
Episode 1 - Paulo Oliveira

Episode 2 - FoieGras Jelena Stevanovic and Emilio Molina Molina

Episode 3 - FoieGras Tawhidul Islam

Episode 4 - FoieGras Inês Mateus

Episode 5 - FoieGras Gabriella Sistilli

Episode 6 - FoieGras Getachew Debas Belew

Episode 7 - Laetitia Gaspar

Episode 8 - João Ramalho-Santos

Episode 9 - Vilma Oliveira

Episode 10 - Alexandrina Ferreira Mendes

Episode 11 - Luís Monteiro

Episode 12 - Joana Marques

Episode 13 - Sandra Cardoso

1ª parte - programa sobre os Jogos Europeus Universitários Coimbra 2018
2ª parte - programa sobre os Jogos Europeus Universitários Coimbra 2018
Comic at Público
Exercice, Moitochondria...,& US
Padel Bar - meet scientists at "EUG2018 Social Hub"
Financiado por Fundos FEDER através do Programa Operacional Factores de Competitividade – COMPETE 2020 e por Fundos Nacionais através da FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia no âmbito do projecto Estratégico com referência atribuida pelo COMPETE: POCI-01-0145-FEDER-007440

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