The SEPIABREED project of the FBH group of CCMAR and the University of the Algarve has recently published an article on cephalopods and their possible costs in captivity.
CCMAR celebrated 29 years of foundation and announced the winners of the "Aos olhos do CCMAR" contest with the aim of promoting and disseminating the scientific works of our researchers.
Recent studies suggest that the different effects of temperature on consumers and resources could cause food webs in cold climates to become less vulnerable to species loss, whereas tropical communities may be more vulnerable as...
The LIFE Ilhas-Barreira project was recently presented and the Centre for Marine Sciences (CCMAR) is one of the project partners and has the task of working with fishermen to reduce conflicts between this activity and some...
During the past week, our researchers Rui Santos , Fátima Abrantes and Francisco Leitão attended the National Meeting on Climate Change Research, where they were speakers in the presentation sessions.
Our researcher Bárbara Horta e Costa was in Washington, DC representing CCMAR at the workshop “WCPA Marine workshop on the 2020 ocean roadmap to the CBD China COP and beyond” and was the only portuguese present.
The ALGAE4a-b project fostered and contributed to European capacity building through the over 200 months of secondments and delivered important contributions to the strategic EU objectives for Blue Growth and Marine Biotechnology.
“Cientificamente provável” is an outreach project that takes science into schools. This is the second year that the project is running with such a success that we can't accept much more applications.
The aim of the project is to optimize the value chains for fish and seafood by developing an integrated sustainable approach for improved quality, safety and waste reduction.