Blue Forest Education, a new project of CCMAR, will educate and train different audiences on the importance of macroalgae, seagrass and saltmarshes.
CCMAR is one of the partners of this project that aims to fill gaps in data collection on marine biodiversity through omics.
The inclusion of plant ingredients (such as soy) in fish diets is increasing. However, these diets are limited in the amino acid methionine and require supplementation to fulfil fish nutritional needs.
In the most recent “Alert to Humanity”, a group of scientists led by our researcher Isabel Beltrán highlights the waste of natural resources on a global scale.
The international workshop MODEL-EDC created a forum for discussions between 18 experts in ecotoxicology and endocrine disruption and 35 participants to discuss current challenges.
Our researcher Teresa Correia has prepared a plan for high school students to create their own 3D microscope and learn the different microscopy techniques.
Since more than 50% of fairy shrimp species are only known from ten or fewer localities, our researchers decided to study the relationship between different geographic distributions and patterns of genetic structure.
In Arrábida and on the Portuguese southwest coast, marine conservation was promoted by these two projects that ended this summer.
The Scientific Call will be delivered today at COP 26, during the meeting of the heads of state and governments of the Ocean Panel. Adelino Canário, Board Director of CCMAR and Professor at the University of Algarve, is one of...