The Lab personnel have been involved in the following international projects:
2012-2016. Policy-oriented marine Environmental Research for the Southern European Seas (PERSEUS) Funded by the EU under FP7 Theme “Oceans of Tomorrow” OCEAN.2011-3 Grant Agreement No. 287600
2009-2013. Building Capacity for a Black Sea Catchment Observation and Assessment System supporting Sustainable Development. EnviroGRIDS project no 226740, Seventh Framework Programme
2008-2010. «4SEAS: Synergies Between Science and Society for a Shared Approach to European Seas» (FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2007-1/CSA-CA).
2007-2011. Southern European Seas: Assessing and Modelling Ecosystem changes. SESAME project no: 036949 Seventh Framework Programme EC
2005-2008. European network of excellence for Ocean Ecosystems Analysis. EUR-OCEANS project no: 511106 Seventh Framework Programme EC
2005. Project SAFEGE “Plankton Survey” within framework of “Five year Program for Monitoring and Assessment of the Environmental Consequences of the Iraqi Aggression in Kuwait: Monitoring and Assessment of the Environmental Damages and Rehabilitation in the Marine and Coastal Resources"
1996-1999. NATO TU-BLACK SEA
1996-2006. INTAS (The International Association for the Promotion of Co-operation with Scientists from the New Independent States of the Former Soviet Union) Projects No. 96-1961, 96-2033, 99-01390, 03-51-6541 and 03-51-6196.
2002-2003. INTAS Young Scientist Fellowship YSF 2002-0361.
The list of National Projects the Lab personnel are involved in:
FRBR # 16-34-01020 (2016-2017) "Development of semi-automatic viability assay for marine zooplankton"
FRBR # 15-34-51048 (2016) "Investigation of the vertical distribution of virus particles and microbial components of the viral "loop" in deep water reservoirs by flow cytometry"
FRBR # 15-04-08768 (2015-2016) "Cyanobacteria of the genus Synechococcus as a component of pelagic food web in the coastal Black Sea waters"
FRBR # 14-44-01584 (2014-2015) "Operational monitoring of potentially toxic phytoplankton in coastal waters off Sevastopol using DNA probes and flow cytometry"
FRBR # 14-45-01595 (2014-2015) "Biooptical research of Sevastopol Bay and adjacent waters of the Black Sea as a scientific and methodological basis for the express assessment of ecosystem based on satellite data"
FRBR # 14-45-01576 (2014-2015) "Challenges in plankton paradigm – synergism of anthropogenic activities, small cyclopoid copepods biology and Climate changes (example of Sevastopol Bay)"
FRBR # 14-44-01584 (2014-2016) "Functions and genetic diversity of femtoplankton in marine and freshwater ecosystems"