Announcement: Final Workshop of INNOVMAR project
The INNOVMAR project will held its Final Workshop during the Business2Sea event, on 15 november at the Congress Center Alfândega do Porto.
The morning session (9:30h to 13h) will be dedicated to the INSEAFOOD research line, with the presentation of the main results achieved during the projetc execution.
During the afternoon session (14:00 to 17:30h) the main results obtained in ECOSERVICES and NOVELMAR research lines will be presented and discussed.
You can download the complete programme here:
A poster session will run in parallel with the workshop. You can consult the POSTER LIST.
See more details about the Workshop presentations by downloading the abstracts:
24 Month INSEAFOOD project Newsletter
Welcome to our 2nd e-Newsletter! We had a great feedback from our 1st edition and hope to carry on promoting our work enthusiastically!
Find out more about our research and don’t hesitate to contact the Project coordinator Luísa Valente for any queries or comments related to the INSEAFOOD project.
2nd INSEAFOOD Workshop successfully held!
The 2 nd INSEAFOOD Workshop was successfully held CIIMAR facilities, Terminal de Cruzeiros do Porto de Leixões, Matosinhos on January 31, 2018. The Workshop was attended by 81 participants from nine research institutions and five companies and associations from the national seafood industry. The main results of the INSEAFOOD project were presented and its impact on the national and regional economy was discussed, resulting in a fruitful exchange of knowledge between the academy and the stakeholders. This event also counted with the participation of Docapesca – Portos e Lotas, S.A., which organized a tasting of seafood products from Portuguese aquaculture.
INSEAFOOD: News on the sea urchin research
Find out part of the research developments achieved by the INSEAFOOD project on the natural population of sea urchins (Paracentrotus lividus), from the north coast of Portugal.
What if the sea urchins become the “Portuguese caviar”?
The potential of the sea urchin gonads as a gourmet product, its economic importance and possible production in captivity are some of the hot topics investigated under the INSEAFOOD project. Part of the achieved outcomes with the sea urchins were disseminated in an extensive article published in the daily newspaper PÚBLICO, which counted with the participation of the coordinator of the INSEAFOOD project, Professor Luísa Valente. This research work was also featured in the Porto University news site. Both news articles are available in: