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Our researchers went to Angola to discuss the results of project LUANDAWATERFRONT.
The report coordinated by our researcher João Saraiva provides insight and advice to the European Commission on how to improve the welfare of aquaculture fish and its production.
In this study, our researchers Joana Leal and Maria de Lurdes Cristiano analysed the toxicological profile of a microalgae that can cause consequences to humans through the ingestion of clams and mussels.
This was the first year that the University of Algarve awarded this prize of 5 thousand euros.
Our researchers attended the 8th International Workshop on the Biology of Fish Gametes, where they presented several projects and met old friends.
The workshop organized by the Algarve Stranding Network sold out in less than two weeks. The event promoted Ocean literacy and increased awareness about these protected marine species.
The BridgingAll project organised its first workshop that brought together researchers and project managers and opened doors for future scientific partnerships and proposals.
The study concluded that what motivates citizens to use these Apps is the creation of habits, evidence that the shared data was helpful and contributed to the study and the provision of facilitating conditions.
From 1 to 12 October, our researchers were on board the vessel Santa Maria Manuela on the Scientific Expedition Oceano Azul Cascais | Mafra | Sintra to discover the marine habitats of this region.