Our resercher João Saraiva will lead a study to provide insight and advice to the European aquaculture stakeholders on the benefits in using the growing knowledge of fish behaviour and ethology in fish production.
Our researcher Marco Cerqueira was in India by invitation of the Fish Welfare Initiative to provide training for future animal welfare instructors in aquaculture.
Our researchers point to environmental enrichment as a key element for the future of aquaculture.
The CCMAR-Algarve is one of the institutes joining the initiative Be Open about Animal Research Day - Get on BOARD and one of the signatories of the Transparency Agreement .
Fish Ethology and Welfare group, from the Centre for Marine Sciences (CCMAR) organized last November a unique fish welfare course, attended by some renowned international researchers in this area.
No sentido de controlar a reprodução de chocos em Aquacultura, um grupo de investigação do CCMAR, acaba de testar, com êxito, novas ferramentas e métodos que consideram o bem-estar animal, que devem vir a ser adoptadas como...