CBMA has two scientists among the world’s most influential of 2022
Jorge Pacheco and Ronaldo Sousa are among the world’s most influential scientists of 2022.
EU tends to support attractive plants and this may affect biodiversity
CBMA has two scientists among the world’s most influential of 2021
Study coordinated by the CBMA finds solution to mitigate Alzheimer’s progression
Janine Silva was awarded with the best student oral presentation prize at Euromal 2021
The congress had more than 450 participants and brings together experts from different areas and includes the main topics related to current research in malacology (study of molluscs).
Researchers and Students from CBMA participate in an agroecology event in Italy
Two CBMA researchers, Hernâni Gerós and Sofia Costa and six master’s and doctoral students, Angélica Silva, Hélder Costa, Mariana Vale, Rui Pedro Fernandes Carvalho, Rita Gomes Gonçalves and Bruna Pereira Gonçalves, landed this weekend in italian territory to participate in the II Agroecology Summer School.
Lorena Donzella was awarded with the Microbiology Society Poster Prize
Her poster was titled: “Studying native Kluyveromyces marxianus transporters to reprogramme the balance between hexose and pentose transport”, part of this work was recently published in FEMS Yeast Research Journal.
Poor planning and management of dams and canals is “fatal to many species”.
The alert is given by Ronaldo Sousa, from CBMA, in an investigation now published in the scientific journal Global Change Biology.