Welcome to the British Phycological Society’s Website. The Society, a charity devoted to the study of algae founded in 1952, was one of the first to be established in the world, and is the largest in Europe.

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Tropical Seaweed Cultivation Online Workshop

Tropical Phyconomy Coalition Development Online Workshop Series: Tropical Seaweed Cultivation Universitas Hasanuddin (UNHAS), Makassar in conjunction with GENIALG announce an online workshop on challenges facing eucheumatoid seaweed farming (phyconomy) in sub-tropical...

Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa (CCAP) – Important Community Needs Survey

CCAP is one of the world's leading and oldest algal collection, supporting national and international ecological, environmental and biotechnology research and providing education and training to many scientists and policy makers https://www.ccap.ac.uk. We provide...

Applied Phycology: Special Issue on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

We are preparing a special issue ofApplied Phycology on SDGs and you can find all the details at the following link:...

Canter-Lund Algal Photography Contest 2021

Our annual photography contest, the Hilda Canter-Lund Award is now open for entries in 2021. The closing date is July 25, and for this year, we have changed to community voting for the Shortlisting phase. Please submit your images, or view the submitted images on our...

The Phycologist 100 – Available to view

Our Spring 2021 issue of the Phycologist reaches an incredible landmark of 100 issues. Please log in and view your access to the new issue here, note, you won't be able to access the newest issue if you are not logged in to the website. This Issue's table of contents:...

Upcoming Events

  1. Freshwater Field Meeting

    September 3 - September 5