Climate change, increase of medusa and microplastics are present in the debate of the Red Cross

At 8:00 p.m. yesterday, a debate was held at the LA PROVINCIA Club (León y Castillo 39) to commemorate the global days of Health (April 7), the Environment (June 5) and the Red Cross (8 may). The meeting aimed to mobilize society against the suffering of others.

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Master's Award for Daniel Bondyale

The ULPGC presented the Awards for Qualification and Knowledge Branch corresponding to the 2015-2016 course. Our partner Daniel Bondyale is among the winners, for the branch of science and the title of the Master of Oceanography. Congratulations!

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Research by EOMAR in local newspapers

Local newspaper La Provincia has published about the research performed by EOMAR in a side-by-side article:

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EOMAR participated one more year in FIMAR

EOMAR attended this year to the FIMAR, with a stand shared with the different groups at the ECOAQUA institute. EOMAR presented different activities related to the research performed in the group.

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EOMAR at MaPSIS 2017

During this week the Maritime Spatial Planning conference, Ecosystem approach and Supporting Information Systems (MaPSIS 2017), organized by the IU-ECOAQUA, took place. We could not miss such an event and we presented six works, showing our lines of action.

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Dr. Jennifer Purcell, one of the world's great jellyfish experts, at ULPGC

The ECOAQUA Institute, belonging to the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), welcomes the visit of Dr. Jennifer Purcell, a researcher from Western Washington University (USA) who is in Spain within the program Fulbright, one of the most prestigious scholarships worldwide.

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May Gómez interviewed by Pura Ciencia

May Gómez was interview in the program PURA CIENCIA of Cadena SER. Among other things, she talks about her career, the phenomenon of microplastics and the current position of the woman in the scientific world.

The interview can be listened in this link.

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Extraordinary doctorate award for Natalia Osma

Natalia Osma has received the Extraordinary Doctorate Award for the thesis she defended at the beginning of last year. This work, which also received the mention of European Doctorate, was directed by Dr. May Gómez and Dr. Ted Packard, and was entitled "ON THE RESPIRATORY METABOLISM OF MARINE PLANKTON: ITS APPLICATION IN ASSESSING CARBON FLUXEX AND THE ROLE OF SUBSTRATES IN ITS BIOCHEMICAL CONTROL '.

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