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A new book entitled “Welfare of Cultured and Experimental Fishes” was recently edited by João L. Saraiva and Pablo Arechavala-Lopez, researchers from the Center for Marine Sciences (CCMAR) . Fish welfare is a recent field , but...
Last Friday, a participative meeting was held in the CCMAR to present the first results of tests with acoustic alarms to reduce the problems between the fisheries with gillnets and cetaceans.
Around 300 world climate change experts will meet in Faro from 27 January to 1 February 2020 as part of a working meeting organized by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The exhibit may be now visited in the Algarve! Our researcher, Pedro Guerreiro , participated in this exhibit with the theme "Climate Change in Antarctica".
Our researcher, David Abecasis , participated in the researchers/divers team of the recent documentary “ Exploring and working to protect the Azores underwater ecosystem ” from National Geographic Society, which was premiered on...
In this event, the role of algae producing companies, new microalgae production strategies developed by LNEG, the concept of biorefinery of algal biomass and two round tables was presented.
Our researchers and collaborators of IPMA participated in a day dedicated to the protection and defense of the oceans that took place at the National Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Lisbon.
Ester Serrão , CCMAR researcher and professor at UAlg , is one of the co-authors of the book “A evolução da ciência em Portugal".
Another opportunity to explore the marine plastics problem in the Algarve. Don't miss it!