A rare and threatened species of guitarfish was recently captured and release alive in Ria Formosa.
CCMAR acquired the first Nuclear Magnetic Resonance for chemical applications in Algarve.
Daniela Fazenda gave some tips about successful project management.
David Abecasis, Bárbara Horta e Costa and Inês Sousa went to Arendal, Norway to participate in the 5 th International Conference on Fish Telemetry.
Our researchers participated in the European Knowledge Hub about Food and Nutrition, where CCMAR is the only institution with experience in production and nutrition of micro and macroalgae.
CCMAR has joined the Cientificamente Provável project, where contributed to the literacy of information about sciences for young students and motivated them to develop their knowledge.
CCMAR was present in the 5 th edition of Farnáutica in Faro to demonstrate our work and investigations.
Marine plastics are one of todays biggest problems. In order to deal with this problem various sectors of society come together in an event organised by CCMAR, Ualg and DECO-Algarve.
Sushifish projet aim to improve the processing and monitoring of food quality of seafood products like fish, shellfish and bivalves using new technologies.