How to use and protect seacoast fish resources?
An article "How to use and protect seacoast fish resources?" by Dr Linas Ložys, Head of the Laboratory of Fish Ecology of Nature Research Centre, is published in the newspaper "Žaliasis pasaulis" (01.12.2019 No 42 (1160)).
Lithuania constantly raises the question of chemical weapon dumped in the Baltic Sea
On 26 November, during the Conference of the State Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention in Hague, the Lithuanian and Polish permanent representative offices at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) initiated a discussion, where a junior researcher of Nature Research Centre's Laboratory of Genotoxicology, Janina Pažusienė, delivered a presentation "Research on Genotoxicity and Cytotoxicity Impacts of CWAs on Marine Organism".
Artificial breeding of brown trout in Trakų Vokė completed
The specialists of Trakų Vokė subdivision of the Eastern Region Pisciculture Division of the Fisheries Service at the Ministry of Agriculture together with researchers from Nature Research Centre's Laboratory of Genotoxicology and Laboratory of Fish Ecology, Dr Milda Stankevičiūtė, Dr Gintarė Sauliutė and Tomas Makaras, completed brown trout artificial breeding. This will allow to determine the status of artificially bred fish and evaluate the control/background levels of early genetic biomarkers in fish. Pond water samples will serve for identification of the species of oomycetes (aquatic microbiotaa). Investigation of species diversity of oomycetes will be carried out in cooperation with a researcher form Nature Research Centre's Laboratory of Mycology, Dr Svetlana Markovskaja.
Exhibition of books from Almantas Kulbis' collection
On 4 December 2019, 15:00 the Conference Hall (Room 101) of the Nature Research Centre (Akademijos St 2) will host a meeting with a collector Almantas Kulbis and presentation of his exhibition "Ilgesniam laikui svetur išvažiuojant, ir Lietuva darosi vis brangesnė": iš Almanto Kulbio knygų kolekcijos / "When You Leave Lithuania for a Longer Time, It Become Dearer": from Almantas Kulbis' book collection.