Wellcome to our new PhD student
After her succesfull master thesis, on 1st December Cristina has incorporated to our research team as the new PhD Student, CONGRATS!!! She will develope her research during next 3 years within the PhD project “Ecology of recruitment of European hake: interaction between fisheries, environment and maternal effects”. The main hypothesisRead More
Archeozoology and Fisheries
This week Laura LLorente García, postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Archiology of the University of York, has visited our lab. Obviously, we organized an interesting seminar where we caught up with the basic concepts of ARCHAEOZOOLOGY and the latest research results that Laura develops in York. Certainly very promisingRead More
Succesful master thesis on hake reproduction
One of our last master students (International Master of Science Marine Biodiversity and Conservation EMBC), Cristina Gracía Fernández, has recently defended his master thesis entitled “Maternal effects on oocyte dynamic and production in European hake, Merluccius merluccius“. You can enjoy the full dephense in the following video. Nice job Cristina, congrats!