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Deep Microbes Thrive in Baltic Sea Sediments 4 October 2017 Feature

A new paper in Environmental Microbiology Reports [1] suggests that deep microbes are doing just…

Special Issue of Frontiers in Microbiology: Recent Advances in Geomicrobiology of the Ocean Crust 14 September 2017 Feature

A new special issue of Frontiers in Microbiology entitled Recent Advances in Geomicrobiology of the…

Big Data Points Humanity to New Minerals, New Deposits 1 August 2017 Feature

//--> /*-->*/ Predicted before they were found: New-to-science carbon-…

New Tool for Tracking Bathyarchaeota in Marine Sediments 15 June 2017 Feature

In a new paper in Environmental Microbiology Reports [1] Fengping Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong…

Life on Land Dates Back to 3.5 Billion Year Old Hot Springs 9 May 2017 Feature

Martin Van Kranendonk, a member of DCO’s Deep Life and Extreme Physics and Chemistry Communities,…

A New Contender for the Title of Oldest Fossil 28 March 2017 Feature

In a new paper, DCO Deep Life Community members Matthew Dodd, Dominic Papineau (both at University…

New Teaching Tool to Increase Understanding of Gas Hydrates and the Deep Biosphere 24 February 2017 Feature

To help address this gap, Sikorski worked with Brandon Briggs, a member of DCO’s Deep Life…

Prony Bay Chimneys Have Surprising First Inhabitants 22 February 2017 Feature

These chimneys, and the hydrothermal vent fluids that pour out of them, offer a window into the…

VIDEO: IODP Expedition 370: Exploring the T-Limit of the Deep Biosphere off Muroto 25 January 2017 Feature

  On 12 September 2016, an international team of 25 researchers boarded the drilling vessel (D/V…

The Deep Carbon Observatory: Deep life 30 November 2016 Feature

In this short video, filmmaker Michael Starobin dives deep into Earth's deep biosphere.

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