In the May issue of research*eu, there is plenty of interest to researchers at Bournemouth University:
‘Fish or seafood: feeding humanity while maintaining nature’s balance’
- Dr Prof. Alfonso Perez-Rodriguez of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘A multispecies approach to fish management in the Flemish Cap’
- David Villegas Rios of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘How fisheries impact behavioural evolution in Atlantic cod’
- Ferenc Lévai of Aranyponty Zrt in Hungary on ‘Sustainable, faster and more productive aquaculture of catfish’
- Dr Tore Kristiansen of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘Novel methods to evaluate fish response to stress’
- Novel methods to evaluate fish response to stress
- STEM resources repository helps improve teaching across Europe
- Nature inspired ‘glue’ to fix broken bones
- Flexible, cost-effective and efficient LED lighting panels and solar cells
- Innovative model for understanding risk trading and global markets
- Immigrant populations in focus
- Newly published findings show species-diverse forests bring greater ecological benefits
- Major scientific breakthrough with the creation of the first biological supercomputer
- Enhanced crypography means more secure data
- Novel packaging products for a circular economy
- Extensive exploration of personalised nutrition as a way to better health
Why not check out this issue, and previous magazines, for projects related to your research interests and who, in your field, is leading the field with European Commission funding. You never know, you might find your next grant partner here.
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