List of recent publications from Marine Biological Section - more detailed information on staff profiles
Photosynthetic bacteria evolve unique proteins to collect the energy of sun light. The green bacteria are cultivated and investigated in the laboratory of Niels-Ulrik Frigaard. Read more..
The Greenland shark is the longest living vertebrate. Research project from Marinbiological section published in Science. Read more..
Prof. Lasse Riemann, Marine Biology Section, has received 6.4 mill. Danish kroner from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the 4-year project “Nitrogen fixation and ecology of heterotrophic bacteria in coastal temperate waters”. The project starts January 2017 and concerns heterotrophic bacteria that fixes nitrogen gas in coastal waters. Read more…..
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..