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Training course on aquarium fish diseases

On the 12th of April, the third edition of a practical training course on aquarium fish diseases was held in Barcelona, organised by the aquarium retailer AQA Espai in collaboration with Dr Alberto Maceda-Veiga from CRIPES at Cardiff School of Biosciences. (more…)

CRIPES trip to the NHM in London

Some of our CRIPES members were lucky enough to hang out with Eileen Harris, a nematode expert, at the Natural History Museum in London in February. (more…)

Scotland’s Otters to be studied!

Thanks to funding from the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) the Cardiff University Otter Project will now include Scotland’s otters. (more…)

Summary of CRIPES member paper appears on Nortek website

It is apparent that obstacles in the water create turbulence but what is less apparent is how this turbulence can be beneficial or detrimental to varying classes of fish. (more…)

CRIPES goes to the GW4

On Friday 6th December 2013, members of the CRIPES group attended the first GW4 meeting held at Bristol University. (more…)

CRIPES research featured in an online parasite blog

A blog was published featuring some of the work carried out by some of the CRIPES crew looking at parasites infecting fish in extreme environments. (more…)

CRIPES nominated for Excellence in Research Award!

On Tuesday 15th October, a film crew from the Public Relations department at Cardiff University came to film CRIPES at work. (more…)