FSBI symposium 2019: What the eDNA community has found...

This year’s highly acclaimed FSBI symposium took place in Hull, one of the UK’s award winning cultural cities. In the short five days, researchers from all of the world, from America to Japan, shared and discussed new and developing projects covering all aspects of fish and fisheries with eDNA. Some MarianiLab team members also presented their research. Stefano Mariani highlighted the use of metabarcoding for studying the diet of mesopelagic fish, Charles Baillie covered his work with the British Antarctic Survey and the new eDNA frontier in Antarctica, Naiara presented her work in expanding the database of Brazil river fish and using eDNA to monitor the diverse aquatic ecosystems of Brazil.

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