CACHE AGM 2015: Mission Accomplished!

Nadege Allan reflects on the CACHE AGM 2015: “With the project well underway, it was time for our annual general meeting once again. Early Stage Researchers (ESR) and their supervisors, our partners, external reviewers, administrative staff, and our two new Experienced Researchers (ER) convened in Olhao, Portugal for an intensive three days of meetings, presentations… Read more »

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My time in Oban

CACHE researcher, Nadege Allan reflects on her time in Scotland during the summer of 2015: “Upon arrival to Scotland, the first thing that caught my attention was not the cars driving on the left side of the road, but how incredibly friendly everyone was. In a country where the sun shines only 25% of the… Read more »

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Muscles needed on the mussel farm!

The CACHE researchers undertake placements as part of the their training and development with the CACHE project. Here, Kirti Ramesh talks about her time on a mussel farm: “I thought it would be best to start with an introduction to the mussel farm I’m working on. This will hopefully give you some context and also learn… Read more »

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Back after the CACHE AGM: to Bielefeld from Faro

David Vendrami gives and account of his time at the CACHE AGM and beyond: Back to Bielefeld from Faro: a compromise between excitement and coldness! “I want to start this chapter with a very important notification: CACHE is awesome!!! Don’t misunderstand me, I’ve never doubted it, but… you know… I had never met my colleagues in… Read more »

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Understanding ocean acidification

Trystan recollects on a visit to a school, where he and his colleague, Kirti, gave a talk about ocean acidification: “Kirti Ramesh and I were at the Multimar Wattforum in Tönning on the German North Sea introducing school children to ocean acidification which is the process of increased uptake of CO2 by the oceans due… Read more »

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A summer of CACHE science

CACHE researcher Kirti Ramesh, has showcased her work over the summer of 2015 with CACHE through a short film: Summer of Science “My video starts against the landscape of Helgoland, where I spent one weekend this summer fossil hunting and shell collecting and quickly moves on to the other major aspects of my summer, including… Read more »

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A quick lesson on ocean acidification!

CACHE researchers Trystan Sanders and Kirti Ramesh give their account of some outreach work with school children in Germany recently: Multimar Wattforum in Tönning “Kirti and I were at the Multimar Wattforum in Tönning on the German North Sea recently introducing school age children to ocean acidification. This is the process of increased uptake of… Read more »

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Great meeting and some delicious eating!

CACHE researcher, Kirsikka, reports on her time at the Sven Lovén research station: “Recently, I (and my CACHE colleague Alex)  attended the Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology (CeMEB) assembly at Sven Lovén research station at Tjärnö: http://loven.gu.se/english/stations/tjarno The theme was ‘Applications of Evolutionary Biology in the Marine Environment‘. Though evolutionary biology is not really my field of… Read more »

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Jaison and the Festival of Science

CACHE researcher, Jaison Arivalagan, reports on his involvement with a science festival: “The ‘Fête de la Science’ (science festival) is a national event organized every year under the patronage of the French Minister of Education and Research (http://www.fetedelascience.fr/). This year it was held 10-11 October 2015 and to mark this event our institution, Museum of National… Read more »

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First CACHE paper nearly completed!

CACHE researcher David Vendrami continues his CACHE journey: “I am very excited to let you know that my first ‘CACHE paper’ is almost done! Specifically, I am currently waiting for ‘Our Server’ to produce the last set of results. I am really happy about that and also, if I may say, quite proud of myself:… Read more »

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