Leonor Faleiro, ABC-RI researcher, captivated audiences as the keynote speaker at the Microbiotec’23 – Congress of Microbiology and Biotechnology. The event, held from December 7 to 9, at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Beira Interior, saw enthusiastic participation from national and international researchers, fostering collaboration and discussions in the ever-evolving fields.
Microbiotec’23 is a biannual congress organized by the Portuguese Society of Microbiology and the Portuguese Society of Biotechnology and serves as a crucial platform for experts to exchange ideas, share knowledge, and explore collaborative opportunities. The congress aligns with its mission to create a dynamic space for dialogue and partnership between researchers and stakeholders in various domains of Microbiology and Biotechnology.
Leonor Faleiro, renowned for her groundbreaking contributions to the field, took center stage as the main orator. Her presentation delved into cutting-edge advancements and emerging trends in Microbiology and Biotechnology, sparking engaging discussions among attendees. Faleiro’s insights not only showcased the latest research but also inspired participants to explore new avenues for scientific exploration and innovation.
The organizers emphasized the congress’s role as an innovative and exciting scientific gathering, fostering a conducive environment for the exchange of ideas between academia and industry. With a diverse range of topics covered, from microbial biotechnology to industrial applications, Microbiotec’23 successfully facilitated a cross-disciplinary dialogue, promoting a holistic understanding of the field.
Leonor Faleiro’s participation added significant value to the congress, elevating it to new heights and reinforcing its reputation as a premier event in the Microbiology and Biotechnology community.