JOIDES Resolution in Hong Kong

Since the 8th of February the JOIDES Resolution is docked in the Hong Kong harbor.

But even if we are not sailing, there are still many things to do. We have many presentations every day about the science we are going to do and about the life on the JR.

After 366...there is 367! (English and Italian)

Today, February the 7th, Expedition 366 and Expedition 367 overlapped just for a short time in the Excelsior Hotel in Hong Kong. 

Unwind-time at sea....

Steine werden weich: Elmar Albers

New Video: Microbiology and the Origins of Life

In our latest youtube video<, hear about the fascinating organisms our microbiology team is collecting in deep sea mud volcanoes, and how these microbes can help us understand the origins of life and how life evolves--both on earth and other planets!

Magnificence (back) at Fantangisna, and Playing Catch-up...

Sorry to have been offline so long - but we have been BUSY here!

Big Arcs - Small Minerals: Jianghong Deng


Taking the Pulse of Subduction: Dr. Fryer

Video Diary #6: Science, Singing, and Scottish Food

In my latest video diary<, check out how we've been surviving notorious Week 6 of our expedition by keeping things festive, even amidst our last round of cores. From birthdays to Burns night, the science team keeps finding new ways to celebrate and keep our morale high.

Our Celestial End!-Himmlisches Ende!

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