Vacancy We are recruiting: CCAP Manager and Senior Researcher in Algal Biotechnology. Come and work with one of the largest protistan culture collections on the beautiful west coast of Scotland! For further infomation or to apply, visit: https://sams.myciphr247.com/jobsearch.aspx
Christine Campbell retires after 35 years The end of an era; Christine Campbell MBE retired today after 35 years working for CCAP and SAMS, from curator to CCAP Head of Facility. Christine has been awarded a SAMS Honorary Fellowship in
New CCAP Website Welcome to CCAP’s new website and webshop. This new site should be fully responsive and viewable on all sizes of screen and has a new shop which allows us to expand our range of products and payment
Bioinformatics Gateway Coming soon – easy access to CCAP sequence data. This will be a central platform allowing users to browse and access sequences, meta-data and results – view taxonomy, phylogenetic trees, or BLAST a sequence.
CCAP – ARIES CCAP – ARIES: Algae Research, Innovation and Environmental Science Centre Algal biotechnology is an exciting field of applied phycology and CCAP is extending its services to accommodate this growing area. In 2021 we will be expanding our
New Papers CCAP has four recent publications covering the systematics and ecology of Coleps; exploring the chemical diversity of macro- and microalgae; the patenting of mcicroalgae and cryopreservation of the blastocladialean pathogen Paraphysoderma: Pröschold T, Rieser D, Darienko T, Nachbaur