Early Career Scientist Conference

3 Emerging technologies and techniques for ocean science

Advances in techniques and technologies:
from ‘omics to gear modifications to data analysis
​​​​​​​Advances in remote technologies is only one area where developments in research techniques and technologies have brought us closer to the ocean future we want. Improvements in sampling gear/methods (i.e. fish gear modifications, flowcam improvements), and assessment methods (i.e. eDNA) are also advancing the precision and rate at which we learn about the ocean. 

Similarly, cutting-edge ‘omic methods applied to biotechnology allow research on bioprospection of natural products and genes with a depth never before possible. 

In this session, we welcome abstracts that involve the development, and/or improvement of scientific technologies, techniques, and methods beyond the topics listed under Theme session 3.1 “Using remote and in situ technologies to inform marine science”. 

Studies might include advances in ‘omics methods (i.e. genomics, proteomics, eDNA), improved sampling gear/techniques (i.e. fishing gear that reduces bycatch, fluid imaging technologies, new recommendations of when/how to sample for specific species), or improved data analysis techniques (i.e. streamlined modeling/forecasting methods).​​
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3 Emerging technologies and techniques for ocean science

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