Promoting diatom studies throughout the world and facilitating
the exchange of information about diatoms.
New Job opportunityJob opportunities, networks and meetings to be found in the announcements pages.
Characteristics and growth forms of diatom communities in restored rivers at the Emscher catchmentDiatom communities of the restored Emscher catchment do not change significantly within a year, but time of restoration has a significant effect on diatom abundance.
In memory of our friend and colleague Luc EctorLuc was the glue of so many lives and friendships in the diatom world; he was humble and always ready to help, no matter who. Always ready to tell a joke or a story to cheer someone up. The diatom community has lost one of its main, and most generous protagonists.
Lakes in Tursujuq National Park Northern Quebec, CanadaSince my beginnings in geographical sciences, understanding the functioning of ecosystems and their temporal evolution has always fascinated me.
New opportunities in PolandNew diatom jobs at our opportunities page!
1st meeting (online) of Spanish speaking diatomistsMore than 100 diatomists from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Spain, and Uruguay met online.
The International Society for Diatom Research (ISDR) promotes the study of marine, freshwater, modern and fossil diatoms across the wide range of disciplines of biology, geology, paleoecology, cell metabolism, cell biology, metabolomics, nanotechnology, forensics, systematics, nomenclature, taxonomy, and biogeochemistry. Our society represents investigators from all nations.
- hold biennial, international conferences
- support young scientists
- offer travel funding to attend conferences
- publish an international journal, Diatom Research
- connect people around world to the amazing roles of diatoms