What science do we need for the ocean that we want?– Sam Dupont | planetary biology lecture series (text & video)

Sam Dupont is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Marine Eco-Physiology at the University of Gothenburg, whose main research topic is on the effect of global changes (e.g., ocean acidification, warming) on marine ecosystems. His work aims to reveal the mechanisms behind species and ecosystem responses (physiology, ecology, evolution) to environmental changes, and at developing the much-needed unifying theory for large-scale projections.

The Planetary Biology Lecture Series aims to present ground-breaking research and new approaches in studying our planet, connecting areas such as ecology, microbiology, molecular biology, evolution and geochemistry, in order to share ideas and have discussions that touch on aspects of one of EMBL’s transversal research themes, specifically the planetary biology theme.

Learn more about EMBL’s planetary biology transversal theme here: https://www.embl.de/research/interdis…

YouTube, 31 March 2021. Text and video.

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