The octopus is certainly a smarty pants! Its extreme intelligence makes it a cornerstone in cognitive & behavioural studies. Learn more here!
One of marine science's greats, passed away on April 29th, 2021, at the age of 94. A life well-lived & devoted to a special animal: worms!
Over half a billion people depend on coral reefs for food, income & protection, but they're under threat. Cellular mapping may lead to solutions.
It all started with a beer - beer deterioration under light, that is. Selig Hecht & George Wald devoted their careers to understanding how light works
The song may go ‘Love is in the air’, but marine biology, thanks to Osamu Shimomura, has shown us that ‘bioluminescence is in the sea’!
Manton revolutionised the study of algae using the electron microscope & is known for her work revealing cilia structure & function of Golgi apparatus
While the word 'lice' might have you scratching your head, sea lice are a completely different parasite! They can teach us loads about immune response
We're excited to introduce EMBRC's two new guides on Access & Benefit-Sharing (ABS), developed with the EBB project & the EMBRC ABS working group
Freud may be most famous for founding psychoanalysis. But get this! He was also an ichthyologist & carcinologist (a fish and crustacean studying man)!
EOSC-Life makes it easier for scientists to find, access and use life-science data. See how we've done so far in our new brochure!
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