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Marine protected areas (MPAs) are a relatively recent fisheries management and conservation tool for conservation of marine ecosystems and serve as experimental...

The identification of genetic markers for traits of interest for aquaculture, such as growth, is an important step for the establishment of breeding programmes.

In salmonids, the release of hatchery-reared fish has been shown to cause irreversible genetic impacts on wild populations.

This paper shares the experiences, observations and discussions that occurred during the completing of an ecosystem services' (ES) indicator framework to be used at...

The Center of Marine Sciences of Algarve (CCMAR), pp2EMBRC coordinator, was recognized on 2016 with the Scientia Mare Award by Pricewatercoopers (PWC) Portugal....

The Institute of Marine Biology, Biotechnology and Aquaculture (IMBBC) of the HCMR is jointly organizing with the Genomics Standards Consortium (GSC) and the 18th...

Advanced EMBO course on Computational Molecular Evolution is co-organised and hosted by IMBBC, HCMR.
The course will take place May 8-19, 2016.

CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences of Algarve celebrates this saturday, March 5th, 2016, the 25th anniversary of its implementation.

The new marine laboratory planned for the University of St Andrews will help cement Scotland's reputation as a world leader in oceanic research and species protection...

The pp2EMBRC was highlighted in the February 2016 newsletter from the Promotion Cabinet for Research, Innovation and Technology from Portugal Gabinete de Promoção...

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