Read about our fieldwork in Naples last July, and how this has to do with Diego Armando Maradona!
We invite applications for a PhD student to work with Dr Ulisse Cardini, Prof Harald Gruber-Vodicka and Prof Marco Bartoli on the project "Mya arenaria in tidal flats: the role of the Holobiont in an ancient European invader (MarsH)".
We invite applications for a postdoctoral researcher to work with Dr Ulisse Cardini and Dr Francesca Margiotta on "Spatial and temporal variability of gas fluxes and ratios in coastal marine ecosystems".
Marine Symbiomes success: first PhD student successfully defends thesis at viva!
Read about our fieldwork experiments at Schiacchetiello, where we aimed to disentangle an intimate seagrass-sponge relationship.
We assessed the impact of zebra mussels on Nitrogen processes in laboratory incubations designed to discern the impact of the microbiome and to quantitatively assess their relevance at the benthic scale.
We demonstrate the importance of diazotrophs in sustaining primary productivity of the invasive marine plant Halophila stipulacea.
Using omics and stable isotopes, we show that the sulfur-oxidizing symbionts of invertebrate animals are also capable of nitrogen fixation.