During the Eurofleets+ SINES Expedition - led by CCMAR and IPMA - the scientific team collected, processed, stored and analysed samples from seawater, plankton and marine sediments.
Those interested have until 28 October to buy one of the 154 panels and contribute, in this way, to the conservation of these important habitats.
The winning project will combine used methods and image reconstruction to obtain unprecedented insights into heart health.
Our researchers were at the 14 th edition of the International Conference on Paleoceanography, where they expanded their networks and talked to potential collaborators.
Adelino Canário, director of CCMAR and professor at the University of Algarve, has been nominated chair of the General Assembly of the EMBRC, which decides the strategy, management and scientific development.
The data collected by the CARBO-ACID project aim to study trends in the pH of Iberian Sea water during the transition from the pre-industrial era to current conditions.
For the second year, the Summer Shoal edition was organised by our researchers in Portugal, in the Algarve, where participants focused on an exchange of knowledge and ideas to be implemented in aquaculture.
The action included theoretical and practical sessions and a field trip to Ria Formosa, including a visit to the seahorse’s sanctuary and the Ramalhete Aquaculture Station.
Our resercher João Saraiva will lead a study to provide insight and advice to the European aquaculture stakeholders on the benefits in using the growing knowledge of fish behaviour and ethology in fish production.