August 2017. Euronews Knowledge - FUTURIS. Scientists absorbed by deepsea sponges.
Note: For three weeks, G.O.Sars, one of the most advanced research vessels of its kind, took our researchers through Norway's western fjords and up into the Arctic Circle. A troupe by Euronews Knowledge, consisting of Denis Loctier and Thierry Winn, joined us for some days. They covered the expedition in the frame of their award-winning programme FUTURIS produced in cooperation with European Commission DG Research and DG CONNECT, releasing this video which aired for one week, being broadcasted to 158 countries in 12 languages. You may also be interested in this Takeaway Video, also on Euronews Knowledge. We are showing the video in the SponGES YouTube channel courtesy of Euronews/European Commission, who retain all copyrights for it. © Euronews/European Commission, 2017.
August 2017. School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol - ICY-LAB research expedition to the Labrador Sea, summer 2017.
Note: A short highlights video about the ICY-LAB research expedition to the Labrador Sea in summer 2017 on board the RRS Discovery, to study the impact of melting ice on ocean chemistry and biology. Featuring video from the NERC Remotely Operated Vehicle, and photos by Shannon Hoy, Marcus Badger, Allison Jacobel, Michelle Taylor, Kate Hendry. ICY-LAB is funded by the European Research Council, and is led by Kate Hendry, University of Bristol. Part of the work performed during this expedition supported the SponGES project as well. Music is from the album Sea Legs by Ear (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0, source http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ear...). We are showing the video in the SponGES YouTube channel courtesy of the authors, who retain all copyrights for it.
September 2016. CBC News: Interview with DFO and UvA researchers after Hudson cruise.
Note: This video is a piece of news created by Paul Withers on behalf of CBC News and has been originally broadcast on 1 Sept 2016 on the CBC News channel. We are showing the video in the SponGES YouTube channel courtesy of Paul Withers/CBC News, who retain all copyrights for it.