On this trip, our researchers presented the LittleFish-STP project which aims to study the little fish and capacitate local communities, fishermen and government about the management of this and other threatened fish species.
This event promoted the discussion of science and new ideas for projects between lectures, plenaries, talks, poster sessions and social events.
Between visits to partners and research centres, our researcher Teresa Correia still found time to visit Venice.
Our marine biologist Rui Peres dos Santos wants to answer these and other questions, so he goes up and down the steps of the Santa Maria Farol three times a week.
Our researchers have found that the use of LED lighting in the production of microalgae increases the growth of their biomass, especially during the night.
Our researchers Adelino Canário and João Cardoso flew to Namibe to study the threats and possible contaminations of shellfish.
From Olhão to Viana do Castelo, during eight meetings, researchers explained the effects that climate change will have on the fisheries sector and fishermen reported what they already feel at sea.
The implementation of the "MPA Guide" in the Portuguese Marine Protected Areas and sharing views on this form of protection were the motives for the trip of our researchers to La Rochelle in France.
Through the science communication fellowship, our PhD student will create appealing digital content for the public, combining underwater footages and 3D animations.