Department of Applied Sciences, FCT/NOVA
- History of Genetics (1900–1930);
- History of Natural History (19th cent.);
- Pedagogy of Biology Teaching
- Literature and Science;
- Reception of transformism and evolutionism in Portugal (19th cent.)
- “Science, Society, and Politics through the Teaching and the Research in Zoology and Botany: the case of the Lisbon Polytechnic School (1837–1911)". PhD programme in History, Philosophy and Heritage of Science and Technology, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon. Supervison: Ana Carneiro, Teresa Salomé Mota (University NOVA of Lisbon, Portugal), and Jesús Catalá Gorgues (CEU Cardenal Herrera University, Spain) (FCT/MCTES, SFRH/BD/65741/2009), 2010–2014 [Concluded].
- “Visions of Lisbon – Science, technology and medicine (STM) and the making of a technoscientific capital (1870–1940)”, (PTDC/IVC-HFC/3122/2014), 2016–2018. Principal investigator: Ana Simões.
- "Science, Technical Training and the making of Portuguese Liberalism: the case of the Polytechnic School of Lisbon (1837-1911)", (HC/0084/2009), 2010-2013. Principal investigator: Luís Carolino.
Daniel Gamito-Marques, “A space of one’s own: Barbosa du Bocage, the foundation of the National Museum of Lisbon, and the construction of a career in zoology (1851–1907)”. Journal of the History of Biology, 51: 223–257.
Daniel Gamito-Marques, “Defending metropolitan identity through colonial politics: The role of Portuguese naturalists (1870–1891)”. History of Science, 56: 224–253.
Daniel Gamito-Marques, “João de Andrade Corvo,” in Dictionary of Portuguese Scientists, Engineers and Physicians. Forthcoming. [in Portuguese]
Daniel Gamito-Marques, “Antievolutionism,” in José Eduardo Franco (coord.), Dictionary of the Antis. Portuguese Culture in Negative. Forthcoming. [in Portuguese]
- Daniel Gamito-Marques, “The reception of transformist and evolutionist theories in the Portuguese scientific community: the case of the Lisbon Polytechnic School (1872–1911),” in Carlos Fiolhais et al. (coord.), Proceedings of the Portuguese and Brazilian Congress of History of Science, (Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, 2011), pp. 345–59. [in Portuguese]