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Rocket science: Exploring algal blooms from space

The satellite Sentinel-3 will soon be launched into Space by the European Space Agency (ESA) to collect data about algal blooms and water quality. Susanne Kratzer is DEEP’s lead scientists improving the satellite’s methods.

Linda Eggertsen

Where is a good place for baby parrot fish to flourish?

Where is a good place for baby parrot fish to flourish – corals or seaweed banks? To find out, our DEEP scientists went snorkeling in Rio do Fogo reef in northeast Brazil with collaborators.

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Professors with a drive to explore and problem solve

Meet three women in science and find out how they succeeded to obtain the ultimate title in science: professor.


Master students with a drive for a healthy ocean

The ocean is facing challenges such as overfishing, acidification and habitat destruction. Meet the students taking the master course Applied Marine Conservation Ecology, wanting to do something about it.

Lab work at DEEP

Welcome to DEEP Insights Department blog

We are now creating a blog to reach out to as many people as possible. If you want to know more about the department's latest research and what the life as a researcher looks like – follow our blog “DEEP Insights”.


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The communication group includes:

Amanda González-Bengtsson - science communicator

Peter Bruce - PhD student and science communicator

Maria Faticov - PhD student and science communicator

Lina Mtwana Nordlund - researcher

Peter Hambäck - professor