In the spotlight
Luke Holman's article is in the Top 100 Scientific Reports ecology papers in 2019! The article 'Detection of introduced and resident marine species using environmental DNA metabarcoding of sediment and water' is one of the top 100 downloaded ecology papers for...
It is time to say goodbye to Joëlle van der Sprong, who conducted a research project with us as part of her Masters at the University of Amsterdam.
Luke Holman is visiting the Marine Scotland Science in Aberdeen for an 8-week placement. During this time Luke will work with Dr Iveta Matejusova on exploring the implementation of DNA based monitoring in monitoring programs for non-native marine species across...
The H2020-LC-CLA-2018-2019-2020 grant entitled ‘Climate Change and Future Marine Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity‘ has been funded!
Luke Holman joint forces with Mathew Seymour to run an environmental DNA course in Berlin (Germany). Read more: www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/course40/
Marc Rius spent time this summer at the @SmithsonianEnv working with @SERCinvasions. An inspiring place to think about current and future #MarineBioinvasions projects