NERC-funded project about marine biodiversity exploration and monitoring through natural environmental DNA samplers.
Smart Traceability and Labeling ToolBox for a Sustainable Seafood Production
(EU Atlantic Area Interreg Programme)
ed project investigating ocean community ec
ology using environmental DNA. A collaboration among Bristol, Salford, BAS, MBA, Imperial.
Illegal Shark & Ray Trade
This interdisciplinary project aims to build capacity to reduce illegal shark and ray trade in Indonesia - one of the world's larges and most diverse elasmobranch fisheries.
NERC-funded training grant exploring the use of environmental DNA analysis to boost fishery-independent pelagic surveys.
where there is a sea, there are pirates
(EU H2020 MSCA-IF on the global trade of 'snappers')
The use of eDNA, which relies on the isolation and screening of trace DNA shed by organisms in the water, may prove crucial in streamlining and speeding up the process of detecting and characterising shark biodiversity over vast stretches of marine habitats.
Brazilian river fish
This project addresses the impact of pecies introduction in a poorly studied basin located in southeast Brazil, and understanding the hybridization process among native and non-native species.