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Fond farewell to seaweed researchers

Scientists on the GlobalSeaweedSTAR project bid farewell to researchers from Tanzania, Indonesia and the Philippines, who studied at SAMS.
Scientists on the GlobalSeaweedSTAR project bid farewell to researchers from Tanzania, Indonesia and the Philippines, who studied at SAMS.
Fond farewell to seaweed researchers

A team of early-career seaweed scientists is leaving SAMS after six months learning from researchers at the Oban-based marine institute. The 11 scientists arrived from Tanzania, Indonesia and the Philippines during a cold Scottish winter but, after quickly adjusting to the colder climate, began their research work as part of the SAMS-led GlobalSeaweedSTAR project. Seven of the early career researchers (ECRs) have stayed at SAMS for the whole six months, with the others travelling to Cefas, the

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