The Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, CeMEB, brings together a broad expertise from different disciplines. We focus on evolutionary processes and mechanisms in marine species and populations. A main goal is to increase our understanding of how marine organisms adapt to new environmental conditions, for example changing sea water pH, temperature and salinity.
We started in July 2008, when we were selected for a ten year Linnaeus grant awarded by the Swedish Research Councils.
CeMEB in Progress – Highlights in midterm from the Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, CeMEB.
This is a publication, aimed for a nonspecialist audience, presents research and results and gives an introduction to the CeMEB world. (2013) 26 pp
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[30 Mar 2017]
Steering committee meeting, Tjärnö
24 and 28 April
IMAGO Amphiura genome workshop, Tjärnö
CeMEB 17th Assembly, Tjärnö
Seminar: Extant adaptation defines species sensitivity to global
change drivers in populations of the common periwinkle
Littorina littorea. Piero Calosi, Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada.
12 - 14 June
IMAGO Pomatochistus work shop 2, Tjärnö
14 - 16 June
IMAGO Skeletonema genome workshop, Tjärnö
13 - 16 August, Tjärnö
XII International Symposium on Littorinid Biology and Evolution
17-18 Augusti, Tjärnö
IMAGO Littorina genome workshop
11-15 September, Tjärnö
Workshop in Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC)
CeMEB 18th Assembly, Tjärnö
"Our research delivers urgently needed understanding of how marine organisms adapt to environmental changes over spatial and temporal scales relevant to current processes of global change."
Kerstin Johannesson, Director for the Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology.