The Mutual Benefits of Collaboration

Photo Credit: Andre P. Seale Collaboration is a key part of academia. Here two of the Changing Oceans Research Group's PhD students, Nadia Jogee and Kelsey A. Barnhill, reflect on their experience of working together on a new paper. The paper, entitled 'Acclimatization Drives Differences in Reef-Building Coral Calcification Rates' explores the ability of two … Continue reading The Mutual Benefits of Collaboration


Fairness and capacity in ocean science as we approach the UN's decade of ocean science for sustainable development J Murray Roberts, University of Edinburgh 2020 was billed as the ocean's super-year. It was the year of the United Nations Oceans Conference . It was a critical year in the negotiation of a new treaty to manage … Continue reading WE HAVE TO CHANGE, AND FAST.