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The Phycologist 103 – Autumn 2022 Released

The latest issue of The Phycologist has been released, members, please head here to download the PDF (note you must be logged in). TABLE OF CONTENTSEditorial 371st Annual Meeting Registrations 4Cosmarium latifrons P. Lundell 5BPS Funded Projects Reports 7Hilda...

Young Algaeneers Symposium (YAS 2023)

Are you currently… …doing your MSc or PhD……a Post Doctoral researcher……an early stage Principal Investigator or researcher in industry……a young entrepreneur……in the seaweed and/or microalgae area? Young algaeneers, this event is for you! You really don't want to miss...

71st Annual Meeting of the British Phycological Society – Registration Open

Registration is now open! As usual, the annual meeting will be packed with the latest advances in phycological research and provide an outlet for research across the whole spectrum of algal research topics. More information is available on the Meeting Webpage. January...

24th Annual Seaweed Symposium Seaweeds in a Changing World

24th Annual Seaweed Symposium Seaweeds in a Changing World The 24th International Seaweed Symposium will be held for the first time in Australia. It will take place in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia’s most southern state, from Sunday 19th to Friday 24th February 2023....

AlgaEurope 2022

AlgaEurope is a unique opportunity to learn and understand all about algae production and commercialization and interact with over 350 key players from more than 45 countries. One of the key success factors of AlgaEurope is the close cooperation between EABA -...

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