New open access article: Prospecting Biotechnologically-Relevant Monooxygenases from Cold Sediment Metagenomes: An In Silico Approach

The paper “Prospecting Biotechnologically-Relevant Monooxygenases from Cold Sediment Metagenomes: An In Silico Approach” by Matías A. Musumeci, Mariana Lozada, Daniela V. Rial, Walter P. Mac Cormack, Janet K. Jansson, Sara Sjöling, JoLynn Carroll and Hebe M. Dionisi, has been published in the open access journal Marine Drugs. Abstract:  Abstract: The goal of this work was to…

5th international symposium on Dynamic Energy Budget theory: metabolic organization plays a role in planetary stewardship

ARCEx is a proud sponsor of the Fifth international symposium on Dynamic Energy Budget theory: metabolic organization plays a role in planetary stewardship, held at Clarion Hotel The Edge, Tromsø, Norway, May 31 – June 02 2017. This is in connection with our WP3 activities in Ecotoxicology.  About the 5th symposium in Tromsø: Planet earth is basically…

Looking for answers in Arctic waters – ARCEx research cruise 17.-29.6.2016

ARCEx aims for advances in the environmental risk management. However, to provide a risk assessment, which is well-tailored to the unique exploration and future operational challenges in the Arctic, it is essential to have a solid understanding of Arctic marine ecosystems. As especially the physical and ecological processes in the marginal ice zone of Arctic…

New Post Doc at ARCEx

We are pleased to announce that Nathalie Morata has joined ARCEx as a postdoctoral scientist in Arctic marine ecology at Akvaplan-niva.   Her research interests include the use of field observation and manipulative experiment to address issues related to carbon cycling and the fate of organic matter to the seafloor. Within the ARCEx project, she will…