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Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UCC
School of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences at . Ag Science, Geosciences, Environmental Science, Ecology, Plant Science, Zoology.
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Shellfish Health Group UCC Aug 5
Aquaculture and fisheries must continue to strive for better sustainability because seafood is such an essential part of a balanced healthy diet. Read how fish oil can help to prevent depression in the latest work from one of our researchers.
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Frontiers Plant Science Aug 6
📢deadline extended to 3 December for . More info and to submit✍️ Edited by: Christer Janssen , United States, Astrid Wingler , Ireland Xinguang Zhu, U. of Chinese Academy of Sciences
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MSI🔬 Aug 4
Dr will be presenting her exciting microscopy research during the live plenary session today: "Melanin Through Deep Time: Experimental and Analytical Approaches to Decoding the Fossil Record of Melanin" ☘️🔬🦖🦕
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Dr Alicia Mateos Cárdenas Aug 2
read: I went into more technical details, but in plain English, for my article in the How did we first find evidence of fragmentation by amphipods? What methodologies did we follow? What are the implications of the study? 👩‍🔬🦐
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Impact MicroPlastics Aug 2
Our research finding explained in plain English.
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Tiffany Slater Aug 3
Biological fragmentation of ?!🤯 Reported by my fellow researcher 👏
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UNEP GEMS/Water CDC Jul 31
Indicator 632 data drive is gaining momentum! Submissions are already coming in & many countries are preparing data for reporting.🌍💻📊 Read more here: Below is a glimpse of the many resources available on the support platform
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UCC Alumni and Development Jul 31
This groundbreaking new study by researchers looks at the spread of nanoplastics in Irish waters:
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Dr Alicia Mateos Cárdenas Jul 31
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Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UCC Jul 31
The list of BEES publications this week continues to grow. Really demonstrates the breadth of research that we do here.
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John O'Halloran Jul 30
Great week for sure! And this ornithology paper earlier in the week on hen harriers and short eared owls
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Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UCC Jul 30
I knew I'd leave something out!
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Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UCC Jul 30
A busy few of days with great BEES research published on: >microplastics >ornithology >plant physiology and sustainable agriculture >particle shape analysis
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Luke O'Reilly Jul 30
I think the hype was warranted - a microplastics heavyweight indeed 🥊🌊 Dr. Florian Pohl educated me and 50 others at yesterdays Wednesday Webinar feat. 👩‍🔬 Check out the webinar in full on youtube:
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Impact MicroPlastics Jul 30
A surprising source of nanoplastics in our water – freshwater animal responsible:
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John O'Halloran Jul 30
Our latest paper shows trophic mobility of plastics can increase following rapid fragmentation by freshwater shrimp
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Adam Kane Jul 30
New paper shows Manx Shearwaters from 2 Irish colonies switch to foraging in areas of high primary productivity with Enrico Pirotta
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ERI Jul 30
New research from of reveals a freshwater crustacean breaks down microplastics to nanoplastics - the effects of which are still unknown.
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Impact MicroPlastics Jul 30
Small crustacean can fragment microplastics in four days, study finds
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Impact MicroPlastics Jul 30
A surprising source of nanoplastics in our water - freshwater animal responsible: Read our latest paper - Rapid fragmentation of microplastics by the freshwater amphipod Gammarus duebeni (Lillj.)
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