The new paper led by our team member Manuel Maldonado (and collaborators the Bedford Institute of Oceanography and the London Museum of Natural History) describes how the cooperation between passive and active silicon transporters clarifies the ecophysiology and evolution of … Read More
The new paper led by our team member Shirley Pomponi (and collaborators the Florida Atlantic University – Harbor Branch, Wageningen University & Research, and Nord University Bodø) describes the first successful development of rapid cell division in marine sponges. You … Read More
The new paper led by our team member Manuel Maldonado (and collaborators from CEAB-CSIC, ICM-CSIC, and the University of Brest) reveals that marine sponges contribute in a relevant way to one of the fundamental biogeochemical cycles of the ocean: the … Read More
Last week, on September 20th, SponGES held its second science-policy panel, at the premises of the Directorate-General for Environment (DG ENV). The event, organized by FAO in the scope of SponGES’ activities, was held just ahead of the meeting … Read More
Have a look at the first SponGES Press Release! You can download it here or from our dedicated media section.