April 28, 2020

Increasingly accurate and affordable DNA sequencing technologies are having a major role in re-defining biodiversity assessment, especially in aquatic habitats. Taxonomic and functional attributes of marine communities can be effectively gleaned from fragments of biolo...

November 19, 2019

Change of colours, change of scenery, even change of people. Autumn 2019 is a crucial period of passage. We are facing it with trepidation and excitement: SeaDNA is in its final stages, but its legacy will likely extend into the coming years. Chris and Marine are trans...

November 3, 2017

      We are seeking an enthusiastic marine ecologist, with a broad understanding of fisheries biology, a proficiency in molecular methods and good computing skills to join us in 2018. The project is funded by NERC and is in collaboration with CEFAS...

July 22, 2016

We are happy to report on the success of the 2016 Symposium of the Fisheries Society of the British Isles, which took place in Bangor, Wales, at the end of July.

This was a wonderful gathering of an exceptional collection of “fish & genes” experts who flocked to NW Wale...

June 30, 2016

The last week of June was a big one: time was up, stress was on, sleep was lost. Naiara had to face her first formal PhD assessment for the end of her first year (IA), and Judith had to face the even more daunting 2nd year Internal Evaluation (IE), which someone has st...

June 6, 2016


“Monday, May 16th, 2016, is a big date for us. That’s when we started our first, maiden, holy, MiSeq run, using our new toy, and completing a sequence of events that kept making every lab member holding their breath for the previous 2 months (nearly…). But we did it....

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