List of recent publications from Marine Biological Section - more detailed information on staff profiles
Assoc. Prof. Lasse Riemann, Marine Biology Section, is coordinator for the 4-year project Blueprint (Biological lenses using gene prints) that has received 30 mill. Danish kroner from the EC and national research councils. The aim of the project is to use microbial DNA and RNA to evaluate the environmental condition in the Baltic Sea. Assoc. Prof. Mathias Middelboe, Marine Biology Section, is also involved in the project along with partners from Sweden, Germany, Finland and Estonia. About 9 mill. Danish Kroner goes to the Marine Biology Section. Read more..
Marianne Ellegaard has received 5 mill. Dkr. from Det frie forskningsråd - Teknik og Produktion. The sea is an important nature resource and there is a growing interest for the technological exploitation of the biological resources (blue biotechnology). Read more (in danish)
John Fleng Steffensen has received 1.6 mill. Dkr from Danish Center for Marine Research for a cruise to North East Greenland with R/V Dana for 18 scientists from 7 nations in September 2012. On the cruise the biology, physiology and behavior of the Greenland shark will be studies. In addition the fish biodiversity in the area will be studied in affiliation with the project TUNU-Mafig - read more