Algal culture collections in the –omics age

Algal culture collections in the –omics age

The Applied Phycology Special Issue on culture collections has now been published. Read the introduction to the issue below, and view the entire Open Access collection here. Image courtesy of CCAP. Algal culture collections in the omics age Christine N. Campbell &...
European Algae Biomass Association – upcoming webinars

European Algae Biomass Association – upcoming webinars

The EABA and BPS have lots of mutual interests and we are hoping to make stronger links!  They promote interchange and cooperation in the field of algal biomass production and foster interactions between scientists, industrialists and decision makers to promote...
New EJP article on kelp recieves national attention.

New EJP article on kelp recieves national attention.

The recently published article by Nieva et al: “Genetic structure of amphi-Atlantic Laminaria digitata (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) reveals a unique range-edge gene pool and suggests post-glacial colonization of the NW Atlantic”, has received national...
Featured: Sea Turtle Diatom Project

Featured: Sea Turtle Diatom Project

This is part of a new series featuring articles published in the Society’s journals, European Journal of Phycology and Applied Phycology. Our aim is to communicate algal research in an accessible manner. Our first contribution is from Dr Roksana Majewska, who...
Prof Juliet Brodie honoured by the Linnean Society

Prof Juliet Brodie honoured by the Linnean Society

The BPS is proud to note that Prof. Juliet Brodie (Hon. Member; joint Editor-in-Chief of EJP) has been awarded the prestigious Linnean medal of the Linnean Society for service to science.   Due to the pandemic, the Linnean Society’s award ceremony has been...