Marine Biology Station open night

Friday 25th

Museum of Natural History of Funchal

JM reports online that the second open night of 2023 at the Funchal Marine Biology Station will take place on the 25th of August, Friday, as informed by the City Council of Funchal, in a press release.

As usual, this event consists of guided visits to the EBMF between 20:00 and 21:00, with bookings through the e-mail ebmf@funchal.pt and a lecture between 21:15 and 22:00.

Museum of Natural History of Funchal (pictured), contribution to scientific knowledge over 90 years’ will be the theme to be addressed, with the speaker Ricardo Araújo, director of the Museum of Natural History of Funchal.

The first open night of 2023 took place under the theme ‘Underwater cables and the observation of the ocean’, with the presence of Manuel Biscoito, biologist and head of the Science Division of the Municipality of Funchal.

Marine Biology Station open night 1

A new, vastly improved “search” facility has been introduced allowing readers to search (box in the sidebar above) on any word or phrase used in any of the posts over the last sixteen years. Previously the search facility only returned matches on headings rather than the entire content. It remains to be seen whether this will slow the blog down – fingers crossed! If it works it should move the blog even further ahead of the increasing number of imitators, providing a huge resource for visitors and residents.

Marine Biology Station open night 3

All the incidental news …

All the incidental news from Madeira – up to 60 reports per day – is being continually picked up automatically, translated, and instantly posted on our sister website, madeiraislandnews, no matter how trivial:

Marine Biology Station open night 5

A new, vastly improved “search” facility has been introduced allowing readers to search (box in the sidebar above) on any word or phrase used in any of the posts over the last sixteen years. Previously the search facility only returned matches on headings rather than the entire content. It remains to be seen whether this will slow the blog down – fingers crossed! If it works it should move the blog even further ahead of the increasing number of imitators, providing a huge resource for visitors and residents.

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