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Prochlorococcus distribution in surface waters of Mediterranean Sea analysed by CytoSense

29.11.2018 by Tina Silovic

Prochlorococcus sp., the smallest and the most abundant photoautotroph in the oceans can be very dim in surface layers, which makes it quite hard to detect by many flow cytometers. Due to its key role in a variety of ecosystems,...more


Plankton net (200 microns) sample reveals astonishing beauty and (size) diversity of these beautiful marine creatures

26.11.2018 by Tina Silovic

Recently we visited Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) in Marseille, France where we analysed plankton net (200 μm) samples from Marseille Bay. What we have found the most impressive is the size range of...more


CytoBuoy is attending EOOS conference

08.11.2018 by Tina Silovic

European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) is a coordinated framework which aims to align and integrate European marine observation making it more efficient and effective at different geographical scales and for different users. The...more


CytoBuoy and Micro Air Vehicle Lab (MAVLab) won Drone Oscar

29.10.2018 by Tina Silovic

The “Pelican drone project”: a combination of sampling by a flying and diving drone and in situ plankton analysis with CytoSense technology,  was awarded a 'Drone Oscar' for one of the most innovative drone solutions (23rd...more


Free IIF Upgrade

05.10.2018 by Tina Silovic

Great news!  We have developed some major improvements for our Imaging-In-Flow (IIF) system. The first one is "more in focus imaging", enabling the system to only take sharp photos which means no more out of focus...more


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