Members of the MPEA, Zooplankton and Systems Biology of Microorganisms groups attended the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) meeting held in Honolulu, Hawai′i.
All of us gave an oral presentation on our latest research findings, starting with Emil on talking about the effects of filamentous cyanobacteria on the transfer of thiamine (vitamin B1) to zooplankton. Next up was Elias to present his research on the effects of oxygenating oxygen-free sediments on microbial community structure and cycling of compounds.
Mireia and Carina presented on the first to last day of the ASLO meeting. Mireia talked about the interactions between bacteria and filamentous cyanobacteria in a changing climate whilst Carina talked about the latest findings from the high frequency sampling at LMO.
By the way, did we say that we were in HAWAI′I!
// Emil, Elias, Mireia & Carina