Opinion article by Manuela Pintado, professor and director of the Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry (CBQF) at the Faculty of Biotechnology at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (ESB-UCP), and by Luis Rocharte, from INSURE.hub.
Today regeneration is mentioned as a new area of knowledge, when, however, it is a matter of a new evolution of the agenda.
Of the multiple duties that academia has, the task of keeping the knowledge to be disseminated up-to-date and the duty of keeping training content up to date are two of the key responsibilities.
We know how difficult it is these days to keep up to date due to the wealth of information available and the dizzying speed with which it is disseminated.
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