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AMALIA organizes the Marine Invaders 2018 conference special session

Included in the International Meeting on Marine Research 2018, the special session “Marine Invaders – Assessment and Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystems” addressing Aquatic Invasive Species, aims to discuss the latest findings concerning technics used to detect this kind of biological pollution, quantify them, but also to address innovative methods used to measure the negative and positive impact of invasive species on the recipient environment (e.g., competition for space, interference on ecosystems food web, new resource item), as well as means to seize invasive species information for a better use of this potential resource and/or mitigation.

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AMALIA with schools @ the Ocean Open Day 2018

The School of Tourism and Maritime Technologies received several classes of highschool students for the yearly activities of the Open Ocean Day 2018, and AMALIA said present when asked to bring knowledge to these fine young students.

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AMALIA Project awarded at the Green Project Awards 2017

The Green Project Awards (GPA) is a reference initiative from the National Environment Agency, GCI and Quercus ANCN, recognizing the good practices of projects that promote the sustainable development in Portugal. Since 2008, this initiative received over 1200 applications and gave 120 awards, creating a movement for sustainable development, mobilizing civil society, including young people, and businesses around the sustainability agenda.

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AMALIAs organizes Showcooking at Mercado do Progreso, Vigo

In order to present the general public and sellers with the potential of seaweed as food ingredients, AMALIA organized a Seaweed Show-Cooking at the Mercado do Progreso, Vigo, Spain: “Showcooking- Un menú basado en Codium

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Research-based training with Marine Biology students

For a marine biologist, to be longer and comfortable underwater being close with their study object is as important as breathing…

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