Catching up with Kirti

We catch up with researcher, Kirti Ramesh, to find out how her research has been going since she started on the CACHE project: -Please tell us how your research is going: what sort of things have you discovered to date? Great (or so I think!)! I have been trying and testing lots of things. For… Read more »

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Marine species’ response to temperature change

Understanding and accurately predicting how ecosystems respond to climate change is incredibly complex, not least because of the huge range of different species within the marine environment. How can we monitor an ecosystem under change? Can we just look at the responses of one or two species? Or do we need to examine more species,… Read more »

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Marie Curie: Early Stage Researcher (ESR) vacancy

Marie Curie: Early Stage Researcher (ESR) [M/F] – 1 vacancy Post reference: CCMAR/ESR/03/2016 Our world is changing: our oceans are becoming warmer and more acidic. Understanding the consequences of this is one of the big science challenges of the 21st Century. The oceans of the planet are closely linked with human health and wellbeing, through… Read more »

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CACHE researcher: David one year on!

CACHE researcher, David Vendrami, talks about his time with the project so far: How is your research going David and what sort of things have you discovered? “My research is going very well! It keeps me really busy, but I enjoy it. I would say that at the moment there are two major findings within… Read more »

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Kati talks more about her research so far

CACHE researcher, Kati Michalek is based with The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS). Here she reflects on her time with the project so far and her plans for the future: Please tell us how your research is going: what have you discovered to date? “I’m now approaching the second half of my PhD time… Read more »

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More tales from the CACHE researchers: Kirsikka

Kirsikka gives an update on her research:   Please tell us how your research is going: what sort of things have you discovered to date? “My focus in the CACHE project is to look at in vitro ion transport in the outer mantle epithelium (OME) of the CACHE bivalve species. Outer mantle epithelium is the… Read more »

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Molecular Biology Posts available

The working group Biodiversity and Biological Processes of polar Seas at the ICBM (Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment), Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg in Oldenburg, offers two positions: 3-year Scientist-position in Molecular biology (TVL-E13, 100%) (#1) 3-years PhD-position (TVL-E13/50%) in Molecular biology (#2) Within the project PEKRIS (The PErformance of KRIll… Read more »

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More tales from the CACHE researchers: Alex

Being about half way through the CACHE project, we asked our researchers to tell us how they are getting on: #1 – Alex Ventura. Please tell us how your research is going: what sort of things have you discovered to date? “I am really satisfied with my work so far and despite the constant challenges… Read more »

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Computing and Informatics Technician: SAMS

Computing and Informatics Technician Salary: £28,143 to £30,738 per annum Fixed Term Appointment – 2 years SAMS is seeking an enthusiastic person with skills in scientific computing and data management. Duties will be to support a broad range of scientific projects in all areas of marine science covering high performance computing, databases, bioinformatics and application… Read more »

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Early stage fellowship: Marine population genomics

Advisors: Dr. Joe Hoffman (Bielefeld University, Germany), Dr Liz Harper (Cambridge University, UK) and Dr Melody Clark (British Antarctic Survey, UK) Deadline for applications: February 26th 2016 Funding is available for an early stage researcher (ESR) as part of a Marie Curie Initial Training Network.  The researcher will be based in the Hoffman lab at Bielefeld… Read more »

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