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sardinha europeia (credits: Jose Antonio Martinez)
Bruno Louro, Gianluca De Moro and Adelino Canário decoded the sardine genome and made it available on the Internet for free use.
CCMAR is, during these days, in Galway (Ireland) promoting a Workshop about user communities engagement. This workshop is part of the work package that CCMAR leads in the Assemble Plus project.
A new organization will bring together CCMAR and 5 other leading partners in the Portuguese algal biotechnology sector.
Lucas Martinez Ramirez is joining the Minouw Project team during next months. Welcome Lucas!
Maria Scheel has just finished her MSc Degree and is going to work at the Biogeographical Ecology and Evolution Group. Welcome Maria!
Raquel Gaião Silva, estudante de Mestrado da UAlg, acaba de ser distinguida com o Prémio Jovens Investigadores 2018, como resultado da sua participação no projeto do Centro de Ciências do Mar: Marine Forests.
João Saraiva is going to re-join CCMAR, leading a new research group focused in Ethology and Welfare. Welcome back João!
Pedro Frade samples a polyp of a completely bleached Lobophyllia coral colony in the shallows.
A new study led by the CCMAR researcher Pedro Frade demonstrates that the recent mass coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef also affected deep reefs.
A research team from CCMAR is carrying out two important workpackages, that are considered very important for the european aquaculture project: medAID.