Investigating the diversity, community structure and biogeography of cyanobacteria thriving in polar regions.
Our research is focusing on diatom biodiversity and the formation of their unique cell walls, in both extinct and existing taxa.
Our algal research includes projects to map and record seaweed biodiversity in the North Atlantic and detailed studies of red algae.
We are studying the systematics and diversity of free-living ciliates, particularly marine and brackish forms.
We are investigating the evolution, biodiversity, systematics and symbiosis of lichens.
Researching parasitic protists, microbial ecology and emerging diseases.
We are using molecular techniques to investigate the diversity of tropical forests the most complex ecosystem on Earth.
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Explore our research on macroevolution, macroecology and human impacts on biodiversity.