Adelino Canário and Deborah Power visited the Shanghai Ocean University in the context of a joint project on the Evolution of the Immune System of Antarctic Fishes. Find out more about this visit.
RESEARCH TREND ALERT: Now that eco-concerns have pushed the agenda towards sustainable aquaculture, it is time to address welfare in fish farming.
Our researchers Alexandra Teodósio and Vânia Baptista went to Angola for the kickoff of project LUANDAWATERFRONT. Find out more.
Rita Castilho was invited to participate in a key event that will promote collaboration between Europe and Cape Verde in matters of marine research and innovation. Find out more about this visit.
The Bay of Armação de Pêra is one of the areas with greater biodiversity and productivity of the Algarve Coast. A study carried out by our researchers now supports its call for conservation.
A study led by our researcher Marco Campinho demonstrates how the migration of the eye in asymmetric flatfish (from one side of the head to the opposite side) is coordinated by the thyroid hormone.
Researchers get together to foster the cooperation between China and Portugal in the field of marine sciences.
At a meeting in Olhão co-hosted by CCMAR, European telemetry experts move forward with the implementation of the European Tracking Network.
Carla Alexandra São Bento Viegas, PhD, postdoctoral researcher, Functional Biochemistry and Proteomics group headed by Professor Dina Simes, PhD, Center of Marine Sciences, University of Algarve, Faro