Did you catch our marvellous clip of a surprise squid attack? Here it is, and here’s the story behind the footage.
There’s no agreed international approach for how to measure and report on changing nutrients, so we brought together as many international scientists as possible, put them on our research vessel Investigator and as our friend Rihanna would say, we sent them out to sea to work, work, work, work, work, work!.
Helping to unlock the mysteries of the deep, Investigator offers researchers the opportunity to observe the weird, wonderful and often unseen life of our oceans.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’d like you to meet the women who kicked some serious science butt during Investigator’s 51 day Antarctic voyage.
The team on board our research vessel, Investigator, are hunting down ancient phytoplankton to study their DNA.
Investigator has returned to the East Australian Current to grapple with the challenges of maintaining IMOS deep water moorings.
Can coral create rain? Scientists on board RV Investigator are using drones, balloons and other high tech gadgets to find out.
Drifting like Nemo, RV Investigator has been following the East Australian Current to make some interesting discoveries. Here’s the highlight reel.
Scientists search for the meaning of life for ocean microbes and find that the truth might be out there, in the mud!