Molluscan Research

Volume 33, Issue 3, 2013

Taxonomy and biology of the argonauts (Cephalopoda: Argonautidae) with particular reference to Australian material.


Issue 150, April2014

Integrating cell biology and climate change: can oysters adapt to ocean acidification?

Notes on the Truncatelloidea in Australia

Evolution, gene expression and enzymatic production of Tyrian purple

Between a rock and a hard place: habitat variation drives speciation in an island snail.

MSA member profile: Thora Whitehead.

Investigating the diversity and distribution of apple snails (Ampullariidae) of the Malay peninsula .


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Mollusc Research Grants 2014 Applications for the MSA Mollusc Research Grants are currently being accepted. The deadline for this year is 30th June, 2014. Applications are encouraged from postgraduate research students and early career researchers. Up to $2000 is available to assist with costs associated with field trips or research consumables. We are pleased to announce that, due to a generous anonymous donation, an additional grant of $1000 will be available this year to support student research into molluscan taxonomy. If the project is taxonomic in nature, applications will automatically be considered for this taxonomic grant, as well as the general Mollusc Research Grants. Further details can be found here