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We appreciate it has been a while, some may say too long, but I have finally gotten round to writing my second entry on the Technology Networks blog (sorry for the delay). Seriously though we will be updating the blog on a daily basis so please check back regularly.

Reading through articles on PubMed I came across this interesting article in PLoS ONE that is worth a read. Trends in the Discovery of New Marine Natural Products from Invertebrates over the Last Two Decades, in this researchers from the University of Aveiro provide information on future bioprospecting efforts, addressing previously unexplored taxonomic groups and/or regions.

Ashley
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