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Update
01 March 2019
Read about the latest news from the ShellEye project

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Update
28 February 2019
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ShellEye providing benefit to aquaculture stakeholders

Update
22 February 2019
Developing a water quality monitoring service can only be effective when this is meeting stakeholder interests whilst adding value to their day-to-day business.

Biological toxins and E.coli bacteria

Update
22 February 2019
Dr Jamie Shutler, from the University of Exeter, explains the development of biological toxin and E.coli models to help forecast low water quality events.

Understanding long term patterns in harmful algal bloom risks

Update
23 January 2019
Dr Hayley Evers-King, from Plymouth Marine Laboratory, explains how ShellEye work is also providing useful information to support the wider aquaculture industry.

Using new satellite technology

Update
22 January 2019
Dr Andrey Kurekin, from Plymouth Marine Laboratory, summarises the research into incorporating brand new satellite technologies into the ShellEye service.

ShellEye on tour

18 January 2019
In August 2018 Dr Carly Daniels, Research and Development Manager at the National Lobster Hatchery (NLH) and ShellEye Demo partner, travelled to the European Aquaculture Society meeting to present on the NLH's engagement with ShellEye.

End of summer, no more ShellEye Shinty Sticks!

Update
18 January 2019
Drs Phil Anderson and Callum Whyte, from the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), provide an update on the Scottish survey trips.

Note from the Principal Investigator

Update
20 December 2018
Dr Peter Miller, from Plymouth Marine Laboratory and ShellEye's Principal Investigator, summarises the progress made during the final year of funding from Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council (BBSRC) and Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).

ShellEye Annual Science Meeting

Update
16 March 2018
In March 2018 ShellEye held its 4th Annual Science Meeting in Plymouth. This highly useful gathering of ShellEye participants offers the opportunity to discuss the science, possible challenges and development of the service in greater detail.   
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