Researchers from CCMAR have quantified the fish hatchery service that the Ria Formosa provides, valuing it at several tens of millions of euros per year.
The genomes of transmissible shellfish cancers have been sequenced for the first time, revealing levels of genomic instability not seen in other cancers.
João Cardoso, Adelino Canário and Inês Leal went to Namibe, in Angola, for the second sampling field trip of the project HeathyBi4Namibe.
This seminar will be about the Blue Forests Education project, a project focusing on environmental education and creating resources to bring the science on blue Forests to non-scientific audiences .
Tiago started working as a Multimedia Specialist in our Communication Department. Welcome to the team!
Anaís has joined the Communication Department, where she is doing an internship to support CCMAR's science communication and institutional communication areas. Welcome to the team!
David is the lastest member of our Quantitative Bio-Imaging Lab, working with mesoscale imaging. Welcome!
Antje Helga Luise Voelker