Global Seaweed Network

The Global Seaweed Network is developing a programme to enhance and develop the global seaweed community into an internationally recognized and respected scientific body over the next 5 -10 years.

The Global Seaweed Network is aiming to provide innovation, knowledge and tools for

  • scientific research
  • aquaculture
  • conservation 
  • society
  • influencing policy makers
  • enabling economic progress

The first meeting of the Global Seaweed Network, held at the Museum in June 2010, focused on seven major topics 

identifying short, medium and long-term projects for each area. 

For more detail please download the

Global Seaweed Network strategy PDF (213.9 KB)

Global Seaweed Network 

Global Seaweed Network logo

For more information and detail on the communities plans please download the Global Seaweed Network strategy PDF (213.9 KB)

Photo of Juliet Brodie
Prof Juliet Brodie

Research Chair, Division of Genomic and Microbial Diversity, Department of Life Sciences.

The Global seaweed network was initiated by Juliet Brodie at the Natural History Museum.

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