DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Welcome back to the Deep-Sea Round-Up! This week’s issue starts off with fascinating new papers on whalebone and wood habitats on the seabed, amphipod biodiversity, bioluminescent organs, and more.
In our Deep-Sea Mining section, make sure to browse a new White Paper from the World Economic Forum on mineral supply chains. Then, in Deep-Sea News, we’re featuring articles on microplastic marine snow and a new expedition to study the Titanic wreck.
Several key events are rapidly approaching. The annual meeting for the Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (DOOS) runs from May 3-5, so make sure to register. If you are part of a deep-sea research group or network, don’t forget to prepare a video to introduce your work to the rest of the deep ocean community!
Our Opportunities section this week has options for a broad range of experience levels: There’s a new PhD opening, a postdoc position, and a call for a bioinformatician. Speaking of calls, don’t forget to check our Wanted section for a chance to nominate someone for the 2023 L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Awards.
Finally, if you have interested students or just want to brush up on your own science communication skills, this week’s Round-Up ends with a ready-made lesson plan on microplastics in the deep ocean designed by The New York Times. Enjoy!
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