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Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas IIM

  • Institute of Marine Research
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Research interests

Food ScienceAquacultureBiotechnologyMarine EcologyOceanography

About

The Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas (IIM) was created by the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) in 1951 as a coastal laboratory depending on the Instituto de Investigaciones Pesqueras (Barcelona) with the aim of finding solutions to the specific problems of the fishing sector. In 1978 the laboratory became independent, under the name of “Instituto de Investigaciones Pesqueras de Vigo”. In 1986 the current name “Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas” (IIM) was adopted, more consistent with its present-day multidisciplinary marine research focus. The IIM belongs to two of the scientific research areas of knowledge of CSIC: Natural Resources and Food Science and Technology. The IIM comprises four departments: Oceanography, Ecology and Marine Resources, Biotechnology and Aquaculture, and Food Technology.

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Tracing platinum accumulation kinetics in oyster Crassostrea gigas, a sentinel species in coastal marine environments

  • Abdou M
  • Dutruch L
  • Schäfer J
Protist (2018)
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A lipidomic study on the regulation of inflammation and oxidative stress targeted by marine omega-3 PUFA and polyphenols in high-fat high-sucrose diets

  • Dasilva G
  • Pazos M
  • García-Egido E
Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry (2017)
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Ascaridoid nematode infection in haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) and whiting (Merlangius merlangus) in Northeast Atlantic waters

  • Pierce G
  • Bao M
  • MacKenzie K
Fisheries Research (2017)
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Sex ratio variation in an exploited population of common octopus: ontogenic shifts and spatio-temporal dynamics

  • Alonso-Fernández A
  • Otero J
  • Bañón R
Hydrobiologia (2017)
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Transport pathways of decapod larvae under intense mesoscale activity in the Canary-African coastal transition zone: implications for population connectivity = Vías de transporte de larvas de decápodos en condiciones de intensa actividad mesoescalar en la

  • Landeira J
  • Brochier T
  • Mason E
SCIENTIA MARINA (2017)
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Professional experience

Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas de Vigo