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The BREEDFLAT project aims to improve the reproductive capacity of 3 important flatfish species in aquaculture production in Portugal and Norway by improving broodstock nutrition.
Indra, a new CCMAR project, will study the monsoon system in India in the past to anticipate the future
The portuguese Minister of the Sea dived this week in one of the Ria Formosa's seahorse sanctuaries recently created in the Ria Formosa in the Algarve and where animals were released last November.
Records show that the animal swam in the waters of the Professor Luiz Saldanha marine park, a part of the Arrábida Natural Park (Setubal) in the beginning of August last year, where it roamed for almost a week.
The BridgingAll project will create a bridge between academia and schools with the goal of improving the quality of the education system in the Algarve, from primary school to university.
The ingestion of contaminated bivalves are a common public health problem in Africa. The new CCMAR project, HealthyBi4Namiby, wants to improve food safety and reduce health risks for the consumption of bivalves in Angola.
Portuguese consumers are willing to include weakfish, an invasive species, on their grocery list.
The researcher has won several NVIDIA GPUs, essential for the development of artificial intelligence in image and data processing and analysis.
For the third consecutive year, the CCMAR-Algarve brings science to schools through the Cientificamente Provável programme. This year we have already scheduled 25 lectures for about 1250 students.