Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Royal Netherlands
Institute for Sea Research


16th July 2020
Colloquium | Linking carbon cycling and marine microbial communities
Microorganisms influence the composition of the atmosphere, the cycling of elements within and through ecosystems, and the functioning of ecosystems. Microorganisms are also the most metabolically flexible, and the most taxonomically and…
16th April 2020
Colloquium | Novel Nitrospirae bacterium may link sulfur and nitrogen biogeochemical cycling in sedimentary ecosystems
Microorganisms are main drivers of the sulfur, nitrogen and carbon biogeochemical cycles. Given the spread of marine oxygen-deficient zones, it is imperative to study microbial interactions that affect sedimentary biogeochemical cycling under anoxia…