Our researchers wanted to understand how the growth of bivalve shells is regulated. They identified long noncoding RNAs, as candidate biomineralisation-related genes involved in shell growth and maintenance.
Reviewing our science strategy is a process that allows us to reflect on our results, identify our strengths and weaknesses, and plan our next steps.
A pioneering study by the Centro de Ciências do Mar (CCMAR) has revealed how hard corals evolved according to depth and that their origins lie at a depth of 200 meters.
Monica joined CCMAR and her main goal is to reconstruct spatial and temporal variations in sea surface temperature, paleoproductivity, and biodiversity in the mid-latitudinal North Atlantic during the Early Pleistocene (1.5-1.2...
Coralie has joined CCMAR and is working with an innovative palynological approach, systematically combining a joint analysis of terrestrial and marine palynomorphs. Welcome to the team!
Ana will be the project manager for AQUASERV, a Europe Research Area project of infrastructure services for sustainable aquaculture, fisheries and the blue economy.