Connecting Research and Innovation
Research infrastructures exist in areas as diverse as radiation sources, biological data banks, earth and space observatories, imaging systems or clean rooms for the study and development of new materials or nano-electronics.
Research Infrastructures support the scientific and technological community in Portugal and foster their active participation in European and international projects.
State-of-the-art research facilities underpin cutting-edge research and innovation, by bringing together human and material resources to tackle ever increasingly complex problems across all scientific fields.
Regular updates and periodic reviews of the infrastructure network ensure that Portugal and its regions stay internationally competitive.
The Portuguese Roadmap of Research Infrastructures 2014-2020 can be found here.