Not all algae who wander are lost

Erik Sotka and Stacy Krueger-Hadfield describe an unusually successful invasion—and a novel partnership.
Author:
Erik Sotka and Stacy Krueger-Hadfield
Category:
Invasive non-native species
Genetics and molecular research
Biodiversity

Mapping the treasures of the deep sea

Heriot-Watt University and the National Oceanography Centre join forces to map cold-water coral habitats. By Laurence De Clippele, Veerle Huvenne and Murray Roberts
Author:
Laurence De Clippele, Veerle Huvenne and Murray Roberts.
Category:
Habitat protection and loss
Biodiversity

Refugia in the ‘twilight zone’: discoveries from the Philippines

Author:
Sonia J. Rowley
Category:
Biodiversity
technology
Habitat protection and loss
Taxonomy

Pooling resources for marine science

The European Marine Biological Resource Centre by Nicolas Pade and Colin Brownlee
Author:
Nicholas Pade and Colin Brownlee
Category:
Biodiversity
Model organism

From equator to ice; environmental science in the south Atlantic

Drs Deborah Davidson and Paul Brickle describe a new research institute that oversees marine biodiversity and environmental management
Author:
Dr Deborah Davidson and Dr Paul Brickle
Category:
Fishing & aquaculture
Biodiversity
Marine Protected Area
Marine policy
Red Sea

Seeking the fountain of youth in the twilight zone

Recent technological advances have led to a dizzying diversity of research possibilities, one of which is anti-ageing exploration. This article describes the process of extraction, discovery and testing of anti-ageing compounds from invertebrates found in the mesophotic zone.

Author:
Jamal Ouazzani, Yehuda Benayahu and Ioannis Trougakos.
Category:
Biodiversity
technology
Pharmaceutical applications