Adelino Canário and Deborah Power visited the Shanghai Ocean University in the context of a joint project on the Evolution of the Immune System of Antarctic Fishes. Find out more about this visit.
Sushifish projet aim to improve the processing and monitoring of food quality of seafood products like fish, shellfish and bivalves using new technologies.
Our researchers Deborah Power, João Cardoso, Rute Félix and Liliana Anjos and our PhD students Lisen Li and MaoXiao Peng went to Shanghai to participate in a scientific campaign FITMUSSEL.
The ALGAE4a-b project fostered and contributed to European capacity building through the over 200 months of secondments and delivered important contributions to the strategic EU objectives for Blue Growth and Marine Biotechnology.
CCMAR researchers participate in a project financed by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in order to look for blood-free alternative diets to rear anopheline mosquitoes and develop studies in the area of malaria disease.
In-depth studies of “sentinel organisms” are crucial to understand the impact of climate change on marine life.
Reduce food loss and waste and improve water management in the Mediterranean agro-food supply chain are the main objectives of FRUALGAE, a new CCMAR project.
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