Marine biologists filmed octopuses throwing punches at fish in the Red Sea. Could be a way to show them who's boss!
The Sea and Me
Did you know that horseshoe crabs’ milky-blue blood is key to making COVID-19 vaccine?!
Today's topic: vaccines and a little-known product called squalene - aka shark liver oil. What's it doing in vaccines? It acts as a boosting agent, or...
Today we focus on the ocean’s contributions to human health. Did you know that many of the ocean’s treasures have served as models for human...
The sea may hold the answer to diagnosing (and treating or even curing?!) COVID-19 and other medical conditions.
Sea water and sea air contain a mineral called iodine which has multiple benefits for human health, from acting as a bactericide to healing wounds and...
EMBRC is rolling out a campaign called #SeaAndMe to raise awareness of how the sea/marine life is related to our everyday lives. Every Monday tell us...
Marine Scientist Monday
In celebration of his 180th birthday, Ibon Cancio brings to you John Murray: oceanographer, founder of SAMS & Jekyll-Hyde personality?!
Guest author Ibon Cancio introduces us to Charles Richet, Nobel Prize winner for his work on anaphylaxis
Meet Ernest Everett Just, the 'Black Apollo' of fertilisation research and marine biology, brought to you by Ibon Cancio
This week we learn about Sofia Pereiaslavtseva, a pioneering woman in marine zoology and the management of research institutions
For this Monday's marine scientist post, guest editor Ibon Cancio brings us one of marine biology's most infamous greats: Darwin!
Ibon Cancio from EMBRC Spain sheds some light on the contribution of Aristotle to marine biology