Partners at the MICROGLOB project participated in SAME15 in Zagreb (3-8 September 2017) with 7 presentations.
During the period from 19 to 30 August 2017 Danijela Šantić and Ana Vrdoljak stayed in Třeboň (Czech Republic) for participation in the They were part of the WG1 working group, which aimed to establish the relationship between algae and bacterial populations in the artificial lake in different environmental conditions.
Epifluorescent microscopes (Olympus BX 50 and Olympus BX51) equiped with the camera is used for the visualisation of microbial cells.
Liquid Scintillation Analyzer TriCarb 2910TR enables monitoring of various processes occurring within microbial cells by the incorporation of the radioactive labeled substrates.
Presentation under the title "Role of temperature increase on bacterial carbon flux towards higher trophic levels in the Adriatic Sea" was presented at the FEMS 2017 Symposium (Valencia 9-13, 7th 2017) as part of the research carried out within the framework of the MICROGLOB project.
Scientific cooperation between the scientists of the Institute Jožef Stefan (Ljubljana, Slovenia) and the scientists involved in the MICROGLOB project was established on the topic "The Role of Microbiological Community Structures on Specification in the Open Adriatic".
During May 2017, Marin Ordulj form University Department of Marine Studies, University of Split visited prof. Peduzzi from the Department of Bio-Oceanography and Limnology, University of Vienna who is well established expert on the subject of marine and aquatic viruses.
Thanks to ERASMUS+ fellowship our PhD student Ana Vrdoljak spent three months in České Budějovice, Czech Republic, at the University of South Bohemia.
Under the supervision of Dr Michal Koblížek we have visited the Department of phototrophic microorganisms of the Czech Republic.