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Bioengineering for Regenerative and Precision Medicine

Bioengineering for Regenerative and Precision Medicine

MSc - Master Degree
IST Técnico Lisboa
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6 anos
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R/A-Cr 302/2021
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The preservation of material cultural heritage applies science and technology to movable and immovable heritage, to preserve, restore or analyze it, preferably using non-destructive techniques or micro-invasive methods. The role of the Masters in Science and Technology for the Cultural Heritage is to analyze and characterize cultural materials, and to conduct environmental impact studies, with a view to enhancing and preserving the material cultural heritage.

The Masters in Science and Technology for the Cultural Heritage is lectured with the Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Sciences and the School of Arts and Humanities of University of Lisbon.


This offer at master's level aims to provide a specialized and comprehensive training on sciences, technologies and methodological approaches in Historical-Archaeological Materials in a perspective of the Technologies and their Evolution throughout the History of Humanity. The course aims to respond to an effective demand from qualified collaborators with technical, academic and scientific knowledge. The relevance of this central goal can only be consistently met with an integrative approach to the issues under discussion and the provision of innovative, current and stimulating perspectives on the enhancement and preservation of the tangible Cultural Heritage.

Career prospects 
The MSc graduates in Science and Technology for the Cultural Heritage will be prepared to work in public and private sectors related to heritage preservation, such as Museums, City Halls, Cultural Houses, Archaeology Companies, Environmental Impact Assessment Companies, Tourism, Foundations or Auction Houses. They may develop activities such as: • Projects of development, management and improvement of programs of valorization and preservation of Cultural Heritage; • Innovation projects in several areas of Engineering, Nuclear Sciences, Geosciences and Environment in interface with History and Archeology; • Design and implementation of prospective studies for environmental impact assessment; • Scientific research and development; • Consultancy and leadership and management functions; • Scientific dissemination and journalism; • Professional training and teaching.
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