Lab in the News



View Web SiteIndonesia expedition maps rich undersea life
Scientific American (December 15, 2010)

View Web SiteThe Coral Triangle’s dark secret: Life thrives in the deep
AGU blogosphere (December 13, 2010)

View Web SiteU.S. and Indonesian Scientists Find Biodiversity Runs Deep in Sulawesi Sea
NOAA (December 13, 2010)


Oil Spill cruise finds field of dead coral
Nature News (November 5, 2010)

View Web SiteDeep-sea images reveal colorful life off Indonesia
Associated Press (August 27, 2010)

View Web SiteDeep-sea images reveal colorful life off Indonesia
The Washington Times (August 27, 2010)

View Web SiteA deep ocean Wallace line?
The Economist (August 7, 2010)

View Web SiteOcean diversity: What lies beneath, A new expedition to the deep-ocean is revealing previously unknown living treasures
The Economist (August 5, 2010)

View Web SiteWhat will be left after the oil spill?
The Sunday Times (July, 2010)

View Web SiteOceanography: Death and rebirth in the deep
Nature News (May 20, 2010)

View Web SiteBriny deep basin may be home to animals thriving without oxygen
Science News (May 8, 2010)

View Web SiteMulticelled Animals May Live Oxygen-Free
US News and World Report (April 12, 2010)

View Web SiteSeamount Scientists Offer New Comprehensive View of Deep-Sea Mountains
Science Daily (February 23, 2010)

View Web SiteSeamounts Reach a Pinnacle in Upcoming Issue of Oceanography
Scripps News (February 22, 2010)

View Web SiteMystery of the deep, underwater volcano filmed during eruption
Digital Journal (December 18, 2009)

View Web SiteMarine Scientists Discover Deepest Undersea Erupting Volcano
NSF News Release (December 17, 2009)

View Web SiteScientists Discover and Image Explosive Deep-Ocean Volcano
NOAA News (December 17, 2009)

View Web SiteDeepest volcano caught on Pacific Ocean video
BBC (December 1, 2009)

View Web SiteCould Jupiter Moon Harbor Fish-Size Life?
National Geographic News (November 16, 2009)

View Web SitePlumbing the depths for new species
BBC (October 16, 2009)

View Web SiteRobot submarine dives to the deepest part of the ocean controlled by a 7-mile cable as thin as single human hair
Mail Online (June 4, 2009)

View Web SiteThe Abyss: Deepest Part of the Oceans No Longer Hidden
NSF News (June 2, 2009)

View Web SiteExploring the Arctic Seafloor
NOVA scienceNOW (June 1, 2009)

View Web SiteRobot sub aims for deepest ocean
BBC (May 6, 2009)

View Web SiteScientists Launch First-Ever Exploration of Antarctica's Deep-Sea Vents
The Daily Green (January 1, 2009)

View Web SiteScientists hunt deep sea coral for clues on climate change
ABC Science (December 14, 2008)

View Web SiteDNA gleaned from ancient coral unlocks clues about warming
Boston Globe (December 1, 2008)

View Web SiteExpedition Explores the Arctic Sea Floor
National Public Radio - NPR (July 6, 2007)

View Web SiteDeep-Sea Submarine Chats With International Space Station
Fox News (January 29, 2007)

View Web SiteHouston, We Have a Phone Call
Science (January 26, 2007)

View Web SiteGambling in the deep sea
EMBO Reports (2006) 7: 17 - 21

View Web SiteSettling on the Seafloor: Deep in the ocean, larvae search for 'home, sweet home'

Deep Ocean Exploration Institute, Oceanus Magazine, WHOI (July 8, 2005)

View Web SiteCorals without Boarders
Science News Online (August 7, 2004)


View Web SiteFirst First Cold water corals conference to be held in Woods Hole
First Science News


View Web SiteThe Evolutionary Puzzle of Seafloor Life:
Scientists are assembling critical pieces to reconstruct the history of life on the ocean floor

WHOI Oceanus Online Magazine (March 22, 2004)

View Web SiteThe First Dive to the Lost City
Astrobiology Magazine (May 9, 2003)

View Web SiteGiant Tubeworms Probed for Clues to Survival
National Geographic News (October 28, 2002)

View Web SiteScientists Return to Galápagos Sea Vents
National Geographic News (May 29, 2002)

View Web Site Revisiting the first hydrothermal vents
Geotimes (July, 2002)

View Web SiteGalapagos Rosebud Erruption
Discover Magazine (September 1, 2002)

View Web SiteLife After Death in the Deep Sea American Scientist (September - October, 2001)

View Web SiteSEAS Scientist Spotlight: Dr Tim ShankStudent Experiments At Sea