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22/06/2022 HELLO WORLD! Introductions from the Youngest Lab at the IUI. The Laboratory for Computational Optics and Light in the Ocean Realm (COLOR Lab – University of Haifa) was established at the IUI in February 2022. The members of the COLOR Lab will introduce themselves to the IUI community and present their backgrounds, as well as planned research at the IUI Dr. Derya Treibitz and lab members
16/06/2022 Microbiome alteration as a means of rapid adaptation: Conservation, global change, and invasive species Dr. Oren Kolodny - The Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
14/06/2022 The Station Biologique de Roscoff and the Oceanological Observatory of Banyuls-sur-Mer, France Cecile Cabresin - Sorbonne Université, Station Biologique de Roscoff, France & Julie Boeuf - Oceanological Observatory of Banyuls-sur-Mer, France
09/06/2022 Managing creativity and innovation in organizations Dr. Sharon Arieli - School of Business Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
06/06/2022 Ten principles from evolutionary ecology essential for effective marine conservation Prof. Marc Mangel - Dept. of Applied Mathematics & Statistics, University of California, Santa Cruz
01/06/2022 The host-symbiont complex of MCE octocorals Ronen Liberman - School of Zoology, Tel Aviv University; and The Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat
26/05/2022 Exploring the life cycle of photosymbiotic Radiolaria Iris Rizos - Roscoff Marine Station, France & Ecomap and National Museum of Natural History
12/05/2022 'Waze' within animals – An efficient animal navigation strategy Prof. Alon Zaslaver - The Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
28/04/2022 Dust as a source for available iron for Trichodesmium: Active dissolution of iron particles Roi Feinstein - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; and The Interuniversity Institute of Eilat
27/04/2022 In symbiosis since the Silurian: Ecology and evolution of host-microbe interactions in marine lucinid clams Prof. Jillian Peterson - University of Wien
03/04/2022 Marine sedimentary carbon cycling Dr. Hal Bradbury - University of Cambridge, UK
24/03/2022 Deeper than your average: Octocorallia from the deep NE Atlantic Ocean Dr. Iris Sampaio - School of Zoology, Tel Aviv University
03/03/2022 From Hutchinson's 'paradox of plankton' to the high-throughput sequencing era: New insights on phytoplankton biodiversity Dr. Lee Karp-Boss - University of Maine
02/03/2022 Coral-reef ecology: From descriptive to predictive science Dr. Tom Shlesinger - Florida Institute of Technology
23/02/2022 Adventures in biomechanics Prof. Adam Summers - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratory
30/12/2021 When the seafloor starts moving: The influence of sediments shear strength on the initiation of large submarine landslides Dr. Hadar Elyashiv - Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev; and The Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat
23/12/2021 At the soil mineral surfaces Prof. Yael Mishael - Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
09/12/2021 The sedimentary carbon-sulfur-iron interplay: A lesson from East Anglian salt marsh sediments Dr. Gilad Antler - Ben Gurion University of the Negev; and The Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat
21/11/2021 The Chen Efrat Award Ceremony Recipient: Guilhem Banc-Prandi
18/11/2021 Why should life maintain chirality? Prof. Yossi Paltiel - Dept. of Applied Physics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
04/11/2021 Space use by reef fishes – more than the science of “where” Robert Streit - Australian Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
28/10/2021 Life history and population dynamics of Millepora species in the Gulf of Eilat/Aqaba Lachan Roth -School of Zoology, Tel-Aviv University
20/10/2021 The Oren Berko Scholarship Award Ceremony Recipients: Tal Perevolotsky and Dor Shefy
14/10/2021 How phycobilisomes work in a marine environment Prof. Nir Keren - Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; and The Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat
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