An open-access peer-reviewed publication aimed to facilitate dialogue and innovation within this sector by reviewing current approaches for sample collection, post-sampling capture and concentration of eDNA, preservation, and extraction, all through a biosecurity monitoring lens.
An educational article on environmental DNA was published in Frontiers for Young Minds journal - a unique open-access scientific journal aimed at younger audiences with scientific articles reviewed by a board of kids and teens.
Together with a wide group of international experts a roadmap for a meaningful collaboration between researchers and end-users towards the implementation of molecular methods in marine policies was suggested and published in a peer-reviewed paper.
An important opinion paper on “The risks of using molecular biodiversity data for incidental detection of species of concern”, published in Diversity and Distributions journal.
A review paper on recent implementations of environmental genomic-based methods, applied to biomonitoring of ecosystems was published in collaboration with world-leading scientists in that field.
A paper by Susie Wood and colleagues presents the results of an aquarium experimental study, where eDNA and eRNA shedding rates and degradation were investigated for two marine invasive species.