MBARI creates and globally scales the visionary technologies required to explore, map, and understand our changing ocean.
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MBARI is a non-profit oceanographic research center advancing marine science and engineering to understand our changing ocean.
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March 2 – 7, 2020 – The Benthic Biology and Ecology Group is heading out to study deep-sea communities in three different environments.
January 28 – February 2, 2020 – The Bioluminescence Lab will conduct ROV dives to study the biochemical, physiological, and genetic adaptations that midwater organisms have evolved to survive and diversify in the deep sea.
December 13 – 17, 2019 – The Benthic Biology and Ecology Group is heading out to study deep-sea communities in three different environments.
November 15-21, 2019 – The Midwater Ecology Group is studying and collecting midwater animals in conjunction with collaborators from GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research and Auckland University.
September 4, 2019 – The R/V Rachel Carson just returned from a successful 18-day mapping expedition at Axial Seamount, off the coast of Oregon.