MBARI scientists and engineers are working together to advance the field of environmental omics—innovative tools to analyze the molecular components of life—to transform how we study ecosystems.

By using cellular-level molecular biology to investigate DNA, RNA, proteins, and metabolites, researchers can identify and quantify life in our waterways and ocean—from tiny toxic algae and microorganisms to the largest whales. Environmental omics give us a clearer picture of ecosystem health and set the stage for more comprehensive water safety management, fisheries management, biodiversity monitoring, and large-scale conservation habitat efforts.

These teams and projects are developing cutting-edge technologies that continue to change how scientists monitor and understand aquatic environments.

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