PROTMAR- Marine Recombinant Proteins | CCMAR
  • Scientists save corals following storms and they ask for your help
    Researchers from CCMAR at the University of Algarve are collecting a type of coral commonly referred to as gorgonians that were stranding on shore following recent storms in order to transplant them back to their natural habitat.
  • ATT: Marine Biogeochemistry Training School
    Faro, Portugal, from the 5th to the 8th of June, 2018. Registration and Fellowship details.
  • CCMAR Seminars
    Every week we organize seminars. It's an opportunity to get to know our research and also promote network with other institutions and companies. Free entrance. See our agenda!
  • SIBIC2018
    VII Congress of the Iberian Society for Ichthyology, Faro, Portugal, from the 12th to the 16th of June, 2018. REGISTER NOW
  • 24th IUPAC International Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry (ICPOC 24)
    Will take place in Portugal, Faro, from 1 to 6 July 2018.

PROTMAR- Marine Recombinant Proteins

Marine ecosystem encloses an immense genetic, proteomic and metabolomic variability. Horizon 2020, Blue Growth Strategy, states that “marine biodiversity and biotechnology research have a huge potential to contribute to new knowledge for high value products and processes and increase marine resources and biodiversity understanding”. CCMAR pursues the consolidation and development of the established recombinant protein pipeline capacity, promoting not only its scientific needs, but also making it accessible to stakeholders, industry and general community.