Biodiversity, Conservation and Natural Capital
The Biodiversity, Conservation and Natural Capital research group seeks to develop knowledge and critical understanding of different biodiversity patterns, from individual organisms to an integrated vision of conserving and valorising endogenous genetic resources, promoting a more sustainable territory. The group has three research lines.
Marine Resources, Conservation and Technology
The Marine Resources, Conservation and Technology Research Group promotes interdisciplinary research on the linkage between climate change, anthropogenic-induced changes, and the impacts of hazardous substances on marine organisms, as well as on cutting-edge aquaculture nutrition methods. The group has three research lines.
Societies and Environmental Sustainability
The Research Group on Societies and Environmental Sustainability primarily aims to contribute to a comprehensive and interdisciplinary perspective on the relationships between Society and Nature in their material and discursive expressions, transcending both academic and non-academic epistemic boundaries.
History, Territories, Communities
Dedicated to research training and the promotion of experimental projects, the History, Territories and Communities Laboratory is a space for learning, experimentation, innovation and knowledge sharing, reuninting specialists in the different areas of knowledge related to History.