University of Gothenburg

Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology


The 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.

CeMEB 2023 Autumn Assembly: Seascape Genomics

The focus of this Assembly is on the use and application of seascape genomics methods in order to gain an understanding of connectivity, local adaptation and speciation is the sea. The meeting will combine keynote talks by invited speakers, presentations from CeMEB members, and also time for interesting group discussions on a variety of topics related to seascape genomics.

Time and place: 4-6 October at Tjärnö Marine Laboratory, Strömstad

Deadline for registration: 1 September at 12:00

The Assembly is open for CeMEB members. If you are not yet a member and would like to attend, please contact the CeMEB steering committee ( before you register.

Our research

CeMEB performs research that is relevant for society and communicates the results to stakeholders and the general public. We collaborate with public authorities to develop tools for sustainable management.

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