During this week, we celebrated the National Science and Technology Week in collaboration with Ciência Viva , where we show our laboratories, the researchers who work there daily, their research and contributions to society.
Our researchers won the Born from Knowledge 2020 award with their research project "Development of a farmed fish with reduced allergenic potential”. The award was assigned by the Agência Nacional de Inovação (ANI).
Sebastian was one of the winners who had the opportunity to choose where to carry out his PhD. Among the more than 800 offers that the research centres provided, Sebastian chose to do his PhD at CCMAR.
The second Symposium of CCMAR will take place on 18th of December, 2020, online.
The welfare of fish is growing to be an essential topic in present day aquaculture, fisheries, and academia. The promotion of best practices towards good welfare must rely on a) solid scientific...
The team won the award (ex-aequo) with the work "Inhalable Therapy of Tuberculosis: matching the delivery route with the infection route", shared with another project.
The second general meeting of the Cabfishman project took place this week and due to the current pandemic situation was held online.
The candidate for the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic and Member of the European Parliament visited our institution, where he talked with several researchers.
António Miguel Piecho de Almeida Santos
Adelino Vicente Mendonça Canario