Our researchers Alexandra Teodósio and Vânia Baptista participated in a study that was recently published in Scientific Reports.
Under the scope of project RI-VIS, we led the development of a tool that will improve how we communicate research infrastructures in Europe.
CCMAR researchers participate in a project financed by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in order to look for blood-free alternative diets to rear anopheline mosquitoes and develop studies in the area of malaria disease.
Last February, CCMAR participated in the open day of the University of Algarve and received about 120 students.
An article published this week in Science , brings a new answer to the question: "What causes an ice age to end?". Two researchers from the CCMAR and IPMA participated in this article.
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...