Sustainable exploitation of marine resources

The sustainable management of marine resources is essential to ensure their survival and contribute to a healthy and safe diet. The need to increase the proportion of food of marine origin, healthier and less costly in energy and environment, cannot be exclusively addressed by fisheries, requiring the development of a biotechnologically advanced aquaculture. Aquaculture is the growing food sector with the fastest production worldwide. The advances in the knowledge of biology, genetics, population dynamics and ecology of exploitable species are the key to ensuring the sustainability of marine resources.

Job offers
Job position: Research support technician – Aquaculture and sustainable exploitation of resources

The Marine Research Centre (CIM) of the University of Vigo offers a contract for a research support technician to reinforce the line of research “Aquaculture…

Job position in the Ecocost group for the project ZEUS

The Coastal Ecology research group (Ecocost, EZ1) of the Department of Ecology and Animal Biology of the University of Vigo and belonging to the Center…

Temporary position to support the research line of the CIM-UVigo “Sustainable exploitation of marine resources” – CIM-03-2019

UVigo Marine Research Centre (CIM-UVigo) offers a temporary position to support the research line “Sustainable exploitation of marine resources”. Applications are welcome to cover the…

Postdoctoral Researcher in the Coastal Ecology Group

O grupo de investigación de Ecoloxía costeira (EZ1) do Departamento de Ecoloxía e Bioloxía Animal e o grupo de Xeotecnoloxías Aplicadas do Departamento de Enxeñería…

Project manager – Coastal Ecology Research Group

O grupo de investigación de Ecoloxía costeira (EZ1) do Departamento de Ecoloxía e Bioloxía Animal e o grupo de Geotecnoloxías Aplicadas do Departamento de Enxeñería…

Research groups
Future Oceans Lab
Environmental Biology
Reproducción de Moluscos Bivalvos
Biotechnology and Quality in Agro-Food Industries and Environment
Fish Physiology
Coastal Ecology
Population Genetics and Cytogenetics