Scientific meeting: Marine microbes in a changing climate

On 12 – 13 September 2022, Professor Thomas Mock, Dr Julie Robidart, Dr Patricia Sanchez-Baracaldo and Professor Alessandro Tagliabue will lead a scientific meeting on the topic of marine microbes in a changing climate.

Marine microbes are crucial for ocean health and ecosystem services. However, understanding their response to climate change requires us to bridge gaps between biogeochemistry and genomics to reveal how the changing seascape impacts microbial metabolism, diversity, and evolution.

This scientific meeting will bring together this cross-disciplinary community to discuss emerging findings and key topics, as well as identifying new research opportunities.

This event is free to attend and is intended for researchers in relevant fields. Advance registration is essential.

More information about the speakers, programme and how to register for this meeting can be found on the Royal Society website.