EMBRC's new project, the European Marine Omics Biodiversity Observation Network (EMO BON) began sampling yesterday at select participating sites!
Highlights since March 2021 include the publication of the annual report, the launch of EMO BON, new ABS guidelines & more!
Introducing European Marine Omics Biodiversity Observation Network (EMO BON), EMBRC's project to generate 'FAIR' baseline biodiversity data
American embryologist Ethel Brown was known for her critical findings on cell division using sea urchins & the discovery of the 'organiser' phenomenon
A zoologist passionate about plankton, Hardy invented the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) and his research formed the basis of the CPR Survey
The seahorse: it might not come to mind when you think of model organisms, but it has potential interesting applications!
A prominent marine zoologist, J. Hjort provided insights into fish populations & more, and, fun fact, was the practical inventor of ’shrimp fishery'!
EMBRC Greece partner HCMR will lead a new, EOSC-Life funded project called 'A workflow for marine Genomic Observatories data analysis'
Hot off the press, EMBRC's very first newsletter! Features include the 2020 annual report, Access & Benefit-Sharing guidelines, and EBB project news.
Oscar Hertwig and Hermann Fol turned to marine creatures to uncover the 'birds and the bees' and reproduction. Sounds like the stork's out of a job!
EMBRC country news
For additional news, see the dedicated country websites (select countries only)