Promoting diatom studies throughout the world and facilitating
the exchange of information about diatoms.
DIATOM RESEARCH: A new fossil marine diatom genus from Jutland (early Eocene)Early Eocene diatomites of Mors reveals a new member of the Corethrales.
2023 International Diatom SymposiumThe 26th International Diatom Symposium (IDS26) will be held in Yamagata, Japan, from 28 August-2 September 2023. Mark your calendars and plan to join us!
ISDR Working GroupsThe The ISDR includes working groups that accomplish goals of our society. Working groups include council members and are open to all society members. What group would you like to join?
DIATOM RESEARCH: Paralia flatoniana sp. nov., a new species from the late Eocene of Texas with discussion on ecology and initial valvesDuring the Eocene, Gulf of Mexico and volcanism to the west provided a temperate coastal nutrient-rich shelf environment favourable for Paralia.
In memory of René Le CohuThe International Society for Diatom Research lost one of our esteemed members, René Le Cohu.
DIATOM RESEARCH: Determining geographical range and alien status in diatomsThree case histories are used to define a series of criteria for establishing geographical range and alien status in diatoms and other microalgae.
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