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!
Legislative changes in the UK in 1918-19 encouraged women to take up university study, creating a group of scientific stars including Mary Parke
We've surely been busy since Dec '20! We signed an MoU with EMBL, kicked off the Euro Marine Omics Biodiversity Obs. Network & much more!
Used in ecotoxicology, cryopreservation, developmental biology and more, sea urchins are multi-tasking (yet prickly!) model organisms
We’re rolling out a new campaign to highlight model organisms from the sea: what they are, how they’re being used in research, their impact & more
For International Women's Day, we bring you Ida Hydes, a woman who brought other women to the 'scientific table'
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