6 April 2015 02:56
UTS C3 researcher Martina Doblin discusses importance of Australian coastal marine ecosystems and the portable micro lab technology she uses to look at live microscopic cells right close to the ocean to better understand how they're functioning.
Tags: marine biology, phytoplankton, marine productivity, climate change, flow cytometry, imaging, micro CSI, oceanography, marine productivity, algae, marine ecosystems
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