Young ISDR reviewWe wanted to send through a quick email to update everyone on what has been happening over the past year. During the past 12 months, a lot has been going […]
Q&A recapDear all, On Friday, December the 3rd, we hosted a virtual Q&A session with the aim to provide young up and coming researcher the opportunity to ask any questions they […]
Q&A Session. Career in diatoms Save the date! On December 3rd we will have a Q&A all about a career in diatoms. When: Friday, December 3rd at 8h (EST), 13h (CET), 14h (CAT), 17:30n (IST) and […]
Welcome address and introduction of Anrich Kock, ECR representativeHi, my name is Dr Anrich Kock and I am a diatom hunter! If I am not spending my days with a toothbrush in hand next to a river or […]
Book review: The Amazing World of DiatomsReview on the beautiful, bilingual book titled The Amazing World of Diatoms. Great recommendation to share the beauty of diatoms with experts and non-experts.
Book Review: Freshwater Diploneis. Two Studies.Diploneis. Two Studies. Koeltz Diatoms of Europe, Volume 09, Freshwater Diploneis: Two Studies. 2020. Horst Lange-Bertalot, André Fuhrmann and Marcus Werum: freshwater Diploneis: species diversity in the Holarctic and spot […]
Alternative to microscopy in time of Corona – virtual microscopy with Biigle 2.0As you all are daily aware, Corona has (hopefully temporarily) changed all of our lives. And our need for diatom identification has not abated even though access to microscopes has […]
New video about diatoms – “Microscopic glass houses and the microbes that live in them” by Ariel WaldmanAriel Waldman, who is an explorer and writer bringing together science, space, technology and art, is talking about diatoms in one of her YouTube videos as “Microscopic glass houses and […]
Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science Techniques in Aquatic ResearchFree virtual meeting to learn how to combine data science and open science with aquatic research
New video – Diatoms that gave shape to all life on earthLink (from Twitter) to a short film on the importance of diatoms in the history of the world.
Diatoms in the plankton, narrated by Sir David AttenboroughDr. Richard Kirby from the University of Plymouth has directed a documentary about “Ocean drifters”, which he is uploading into twitter (https://twitter.com/PlanktonPundit/status/1239966980532080640). See this sniplet (from minute 2:00) of Sir […]
ECR collaborative project: Urban AlgaeUrban Algae project was the last EFFS project lead by Susanne Stephan, Cleo N. Stratmann, Sonia Herrero Ortega and Mandy Velthuis. I interviewed them on December 2019 – January 2020. […]
Koeltz discount for ECR *ISDR* members!!!Great news: Young ISDR members with an active membership in ISDR, can get a 33% discount for Koeltz Botanical Books at any time they would like to order (not tied […]
Book Review: Diatoms from the Antarctic RegionAntarctica remains in many ways a scientific frontier – its vast and unforgiving landscape belies the biological diversity present there. Within the transient freshwater and wet terrestrial habitats, diatoms manage to survive. In the last two decades, major strides have been made in describing the flora and fauna present in Antarctica. This book describes the nearly decade-long effort.