The aim of the exposition is to appeal to the reduction, reuse and recycling of plastic that has been affecting the Algarve coast.
Our IPMA researchers were present at this event that aims to end the existing barriers that separate science and researchers from citizens.
The third edition of the Summer Shoal, dedicate to fish welfare, was organized for the first time in Portugal and was a huge success.
Our researchers João Cardoso and Rute Martins are present at the event Mais Magalhães Mais Mundo in Lisbon.
In her presentation, was given a focus to an ongoing project, iNOVPESCA, that works towards solving competition between cetaceans and coastal fisheries.
CCMAR and the University of Algarve received the Corpo Nacional de Escutas of Algarve on a day full of activities, with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of recycling.
What effects can sunscreen products cause on corals? Pedro Frade, researcher at CCMAR, gave his opinion on Vogue.
Our researcher João Cardoso , from the Comparative Endocrinology and Integrative Biology group, went to Uppsala, Sweden as a guest research grant at the University of Uppsala.
Our researchers Bárbara Horta e Costa and Karim Erzini developed a new Regulation-Based Classification System for Marine Protected Areas that won a prize for the 2011-2012 call edition with the production of an animated video.