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.
CCMAR researcher, João Saraiva, represented his work at European Maritime Day 2019.
Our first Symposium was ment to discover CCMAR from the inside.
The exhibition resulting from the 4th Edition of the scientific photography contest that shows the work of our scientists will be launched on April 29, 2019
The biggest national television debate focused on climate change.
Records of tropical and sub-tropical species in the Portuguese Southwest coast points to a poleward shift in species distribution.
The visit is part of the activities of the EU-LAC Foundation to find out about European infrastructures.
This action is part of the joint efforts of three projects (MARSW, INFORBIOMARES, OMARE) that intend to advise the ICNF on the long-term monitoring of national MPAs.