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Environmental DNA sampling conducted during the Malpelo mission in 2018 revealed the presence of the world’s smallest sperm whale known as the Dwarf sperm whale in Colombian waters.
First meeting of the advisory committee composed of fourteen internationally renowned experts to support and advise Monaco Explorations in the organization of the Indian Ocean mission.
Visit of the Unesco exhibition and educational workshops at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
A new species of nudibranch discovered in Cabo Verde has been named Tritonia hirondelle in homage to the explorations of Prince Albert 1er of Monaco
Brave New Ocean: a high-level virtual event organized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO to mark the beginning of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science.
Gombessa 5: first scientific results freely available on the Medtrix platform
Visit of the new photographic exhibition along the St-Martin gardens in Monaco in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco
A recent scientific publication, published in November 2020 in the international journal Environmental DNA, compares two techniques used to assess marine biodiversity: the classic underwater visual census and the study of environmental DNA, an emerging technique in this field.
REV Ocean, The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Oceanographic Institute – Foundation Albert I, Prince of Monaco and Monaco Explorations join forces to foster a healthy Ocean.
From 7 October to 31 December 2020, the photographic exhibition “Protecting UNESCO’s World Marine Heritage through Scientific Research”, consisting of 21 photographs from the Explorations of Monaco missions, is on display at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, as well as in digital version.