News from Centre for Ocean Life

21 SEP

New grant from Simons Foundation to the Centre for Ocean Life

The grant will support 2 PhD students and one post-doctoral researched to develop a mechanistically underpinned Ocean Systems Ecology that describes and models marine ecosystems...

16 SEP

PhD and post doc positions

The Centre for Ocean Life is offering new PhD and postdoc positions. Application deadline is October 25.

27 AUG

Center for Ocean Life granted DFF project ”Future Oceans”

The Center for Ocean has received a grant from the Danish Science Foundation to understand and describe the present and future state of fish and squid in the world&rsquo...

19 AUG

The Fifth Traits Workshop

The Fifth Workshop on Trait-based Approaches to Ocean Life will be held in Knoxville, TN, USA, January 24th-27th 2022.

Figure 1. Schematic representation of the cellular processes. From Chakraborty et al. 2021.
22 JUL

Nitrogen fixation on marine particles

Nitrogen is essential for all life on Earth. In the global oceans however, this element is scarce, and nitrogen availability is therefore critical for the growth of marine...

Poster by Josephine Grønning and Thomas Kiørboe
14 JUL

This year's ASLO presentations

Several PhD students represented the Centre for Ocean Life at this year's ASLO conference. 

Graphics by Pieter Daniël van Denderen
13 JUL

Emergent fish food web biogeography

Fish are vertically structured in the water column and this affects what they eat and by whom they are eaten. A new Ocean Life paper has extended the recent FEISTY fish...

Fisheries and fish stocks Mathematical modelling
07 MAY

What are the consequences of behaviour for population dynamics and ecosystem functions...

Researchers from the Centre for Ocean Life developed a new method to address simultaneously changes in behaviour and population dynamics for several populations.

03 MAR

Can hydrodynamics help prey transport in microbial filter feeders?

Many protists take advantages of surface motility by utilizing microtubule-filled extensions to capture and handle prey particles. Some flagellates, e.g choanoflagellates...

24 FEB

Ambient flows and feeding currents of sessile suspension feeders

Sessile suspension feeders live attached to surfaces and rely on self-generated feeding currents to bring in suspended prey. A new study published in Journal of the Royal...


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