A revolution might be ongoing in science. And it promises to democratise research and make it accessible to everyone.
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Petra Habets was aPhD student directed by Anthony Sargeant. This research publication was part of her PhD thesis. It was a collaborative research project in Amsterdam that developed out of research first pursued by Jose Sant’ana Periera, a previous PhD student in Tony Sargeant’s department. 265 more words
Human activities have led to a substantial increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) emission, with further increases predicted. A RNA-Seq study on adult Saccostrea glomerata was carried out to examine the molecular response of this bivalve species to elevated pCO2. 234 more words
It has been known for a long time that prokaryotes do not have an immune system like the one in vertebrates that uses antibodies. However, it was recently discovered that they have a genetic system that kind of works like immunological memory against invading bacteriophages. 446 more words
Physiological responses to temperature are known to be a major determinant of species distributions and can dictate the sensitivity of populations to global warming. In contrast, little is known about how other major global change drivers, such as ocean acidification (OA), will shape species distributions in the future. 134 more words