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Research Units

Centre for Applied Ecology "Professor Baeta Neves"

CEABN - Center for Applied Ecology "Professor Baeta Neves" is a research unit incorporated in ISA, assigned to encourage scientific research in ecology applied to forestry and agricultural ecosystems, contributing to sustainable management and use of the land.


Forest Research Centre

The Forest Research Centre (CEF) is a research unit devoted to the integrated research of forestry and related ecosystems, forestry products and forest related services, established in 1976, within the National Research Network and incorporated in ISA.


Linking Landscape, Environment, Agriculture and Food Research Unit

Linking Landscape, Environment, Agriculture and Food (LEAF) is a new research unit resulting from the fusion of four research units from the Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA), Centro de Arquitetura Paisagista "Prof. Francisco Caldeira Cabral", Centro de Botânica Aplicada à Agricultura, Centro de Engenharia dos Biossistemas e Química Ambiental. LEAF promotes research within the main issues on the whole agro-food chain, from cells and microorganisms to landscape design, by using a balanced combination of research on basic disciplines with applied sciences and engineering to develop knowledge and promote effective solutions to meet conservation of resources and the need to increase food production and quality. LEAF is still committed to graduate education, innovation, technology transfer, internationalization and the dissemination of knowledge. To meet these challenges the unit is organized in three Research Groups interlinked into four Thematic Lines.


Research Centre in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

CIBIO – Research Centre in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources - InBIO Associate Laboratory is an internationally recognized Research Unit in biological sciences conducting basic and applied research on the three main components of biodiversity: genes, species and ecosystems.

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