EMBRC’s new project, European Marine Omics Biodiversity Observation Network (EMO BON), has published its first logsheets with metadata.
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Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers would have turned 200 in May & today marks the 120th anniversary since his death. Learn about his life & legacy here!
Step aside Mitch Buchannon, there's a new Lieutenant Lifeguard, er, marine chemist in town, keeping a watchful eye over marine pollution!
The ‘Developing Optimal and Open Research Support’ for the Black Sea project, or DOORS, kicked off on 29 June, and will tackle the sea's pollution.
The catshark, or small spotted dogfish, is a promising model organism candidate. Why? Its small size, easy lab maintenance & abundance in Europe.
Ever wonder what an Emperor does? Emperor things, of course. With a dash of marine biology, at least in the case of Hirohito!
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Oceans are the lungs of our planet. They provide most of the oxygen we breathe and are an important source of food and medicine. We need healthy...
In this video, get to know EMBRC Greece (Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, HCMR). HCMR includes three institutes: Institute of Marine Biology...
Meet one of the French EMBRC sites: Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls-sur-Mer, OOB (part of EMBRC-FR). Founded in 1881, the OOB, also known as the...
Meet the Institut de la mer de Villefranche, IMEV (previously Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche sur mer), one of EMBRC France's three sites.
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