12–14 March 2024
London, Excel


Stand No. R153

Why is this exhibit so special? What makes it newsworthy?

DNA-based methods bring biodiversity monitoring into the twenty-first century, providing a solution fit for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. We generate detailed biodiversity data to create baselines, monitor impact and evaluate restoration efforts nearly anywhere in the world.

We work on projects including:

- Nature-Based Solutions aiming for long-term resilience and biodiversity co-benefits in coral reef, mangrove, kelp and seagrass habitats.
- Offshore industries seeking to monitor their biodiversity impact or implement a Net Positive Impact strategy.
- Coastal infrastructure industries tracking biodiversity impact or the movement of invasive non native species.
- Conservation groups monitoring (or establishing) Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).

Who is this featured exhibit of use to?

Various industries, governments, NGOs, and academia.

What else will you particularly be featuring on your stand at the show?

We will be highlighting our eDNA services, particularly the Aquatic and sediment eDNA surveys, which can be used either to survey a whole taxonomic group or to test for the presence of a single species. Our eDNA surveys unlock a wealth of data on marine biodiversity, from coastal habitats to the deep sea. Popular services include fish and marine mammal monitoring. We will have our filter kits and live demos on how to use them at the stand.

What else newsworthy can you tell us about your exhibits and your company?

Natural Power grant. 

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