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Thailand's marine biologist on a mission to save Koh Samui's coral reefs - Southeast Asia Globe

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Southeast Asia Globe

Thailand's marine biologist on a mission to save Koh Samui's coral reefs
Southeast Asia Globe
The path of a marine scientist in Thailand is not easy. There are many challenges. In an island area ... It has changed compared to ten years ago when I visited Samui and the surrounding area to do some research on coral reef diversity and the ...

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Nobel Laureate Osamu Shimomura (Hon.'10) Dead at 90 - BU Today

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The Scientist

Nobel Laureate Osamu Shimomura (Hon.'10) Dead at 90
BU Today
“Dr. Shimomura was a brilliant scientist dedicated to exploring a very fundamental observation that has had a remarkable impact on life science research around the world,” Brown says. Shimomura ... They spent many, many summers there gathering jellyfish.
GFP Discoverer Osamu Shimomura DiesThe Scientist

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Acclaimed Woods Hole scientist dies - Cape Cod Times

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Cape Cod Times

Acclaimed Woods Hole scientist dies
Cape Cod Times
Shimomura, a senior scientist at MBL from 1982 to 2001 and a Distinguished Scientist Emeritus there, focused his life's study on bioluminescence, the light emitted by marine life, and its applications in biology, chemistry and medicine. In the 1960s ...
Nobel Laureate Osamu Shimomura (Hon.'10) Dead at 90BU Today
GFP Discoverer Osamu Shimomura DiesThe Scientist

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Osamu Shimomura, co-winner of 2008 Nobel Prize in chemistry, dies in Nagasaki aged 90 - The Japan Times

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The Japan Times

Osamu Shimomura, co-winner of 2008 Nobel Prize in chemistry, dies in Nagasaki aged 90
The Japan Times
They were recognized for the discovery and development of green fluorescent protein (GFP), which has helped researchers establish ways to observe previously invisible processes such as the development of nerve cells in the brain and how cancer cells ...

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Headless chicken monster of the deep caught on camera in Southern Ocean - ABC News

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ABC News

Headless chicken monster of the deep caught on camera in Southern Ocean
ABC News
AAD research scientist Dirk Welsford said the discovery of the organism, found floating 3 kilometres below the surface, off Heard Island, was a real surprise. "We'd never seen this thing before … at the time, none of us actually knew what it was, so ...
'Headless Chicken Monster' Spotted in the Deep SeaNew York Times
First record of the swimming sea cucumber Enypniastes eximia Théel, 1882 - SciELOSciELO
Underwater cameras light the way for Southern Ocean conservationAustralian Antarctic Division
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