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Hydrozoan biology: the view from a workshop

AuthorsGili, Josep Maria CSIC ORCID ; Orejas, Covadonga CSIC ORCID; Robson, Elaine
Issue DateDec-2008
CitationJournal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 88(8): 1515-1517 (2008)
AbstractThe Hydrozoan Society was founded in 1985 with the aim of promoting all aspects of the study of hydrozoans, from taxonomy, ecology and physiology to molecular biology. Instead of holding meetings with a formal agenda of talks and lectures, the Society has carried out its objectives by organizing workshops, which encourage internal work groups and new collaboration. Conference sessions and round tables are nevertheless an important activity of the Society and are where the most recent research in the field of hydrozoan biology is presented. The 6th Workshop of the Hydrozoan Society was held in June 2007 at Plymouth in collaboration with the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. It followed the same philosophy as before and as usual the working atmosphere was very open and enthusiastic, making it easy for young scientists to collaborate with more experienced researchers. This propitious environment has always been a key factor in the Society’s activities (Boero, 2007) and it has distilled into one of its best legacies. The Society does not have an official consolidated structure, since it is the work of researchers during and between the workshops that gives it direction and consistency. In addition, although the structure is not very rigid, this actually promotes collaboration and the participation of specialists in joint projects and other activities
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