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.
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.
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.
The ingestion of contaminated bivalves are a common public health problem in Africa. The new CCMAR project, HealthyBi4Namiby, wants to improve food safety and reduce health risks for the consumption of bivalves in Angola.
Felix RC, Cardoso JCR and Power DM (2015). Anopheles mosquito speciation modified Allatostatin-type A receptor (AST-AR) gene structure. Advances in Comparative Endocrinology vol.VIII.
Felix RC, Cardoso JCR, Fonseca VG and Power DM (2013). Distinct evolution of putative ghrelin and related receptors in nematode and arthropod genomes. Advances in Comparative Endocrinology vol.VII.
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