Deep-sea systematics and ecology research
We are interested in the origins, adaptive radiation, classification, biodiversity and ecological interactions of deep-sea animals.
Antarctic marine biodiversity and climate change
REX - the remotely operated vehicle for education and exploration
Deep Sea ID - an app from the World Register of Deep-Sea Species
Systematics and ecology of deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems
Establishing biodiversity baselines in a UK deep-sea mining claim
Explore the evolutionary roots of gastropods and bivalves, which make up the majority of the marine molluscs. We use morphological and molecular techniques to systematically study marine molluscs worldwide, from the Coral Triangle in the Indo-Australian Archipelago to the Antarctic and deep oceans.