Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology
The Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, CeMEB, brings together a broad expertise from different disciplines interested in evolutionary processes of marine organisms. Main foci are how populations evolve, adapt and diverge. This includes processes of adaptation over spatial and temporal environmental transitions as, for example, climate change.
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CeMEB spring assembly will be held on two afternoons, the 27th and 28th of April. The focus will be internal, where members can share exciting ongoing research with each other. Registration is now open!
Latest 5 publications
News – 7 December 2022
Diatoms survive abrupt environmental changes by genetic diversity
A closed copper mine on the Baltic Sea coast just south of Västervik has helped researchers study the capacity of coastal…
News – 24 October 2022
Mathematical models provide answers to why not all species are found everywhere
News – 23 May 2022
Lack of controls when translocating wild cleaner fish to salmon farms
Norwegian salmon farmers introduce wild cleaner fish from remote locations to control salmon parasites in their aquaculture…
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CeMEB performs research that is relevant for society and communicates the results. We collaborate with public authorities to develop tools for sustainable management.