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The ERC CLOCK project comes to an end, leaving us much closer to the fishing sectors and to implementing adaptation to climate change.
23/12/2022Year 2022 is closely coming to an end and as like to do, we take a look at our activities through the year and recall our major milestones. During this year our main achievement has been closing the ERC CLOCK project, which finished last November. We have been sharing the results in publications and press, […]
Grace Callahan, Watson Fellow, is exploring the role of women in fishing countries around the world, and now visit Spain to meet the fish gathers from Galicia
16/12/2022Grace Callahan, Watson Fellow is researching the role of women in fisheries and aquaculture around the world as women play a key role in fishing and its industry. Grace aims to learn about the gendered dynamics of life in different fishing communities to examine how gender impacts individual vulnerability to climate change, and how fisherwomen […]
FOL participates in the second edition of the initiative Scientist meet Artists to make our research closer to broader audience
01/12/2022Campus do Mar is leading the initiative “Scientist Meet Artist” to meet and establish a dialogue between two different disciplines: Science and Art. The main goal is to design and create enjoyable dissemination material to make accessible the knowledge about the oceans to the public, specially children. After creating a meeting point between twelve scientists […]