DAREWIN

Understanding whale and dolphin click communication

WE ARE NOT ALONE…

« Intelligent life on our planet abounds, especially in the ocean. Many species of dolphins and whales have brains that are larger than ours, and in many ways more evolved and complex. These animals may also share our capacity to communicate with one another in sophisticated ways that we are just on the cusp of understanding. DAREWIN’s mission is to better understand dolphin and whale click communication and perhaps, one day, make contact with these extraordinary animals. »

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NEWS


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October 8, 2016
DAREWIN Project is now offically partnered with Great Whale Conservancy to receive . tax-free donations in the United States. DAREWIN Project and Great Whale Conservancy will be collaborating on numerous projects in the coming years to help understand and protect the ocean’s great whales. Learn more about the amazing work of Great Whale.

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September 21, 2016
DAREWIN Project was invited to the United Nations to present our work with ten other international organizations selected from more than 800 international submissions at the UN Solutions Summit We are now working with UN administrators to further our research and media outreach quickly in the coming year. Watch DAREWIN members interview each other on UN TV: http://webtv.un.org/media/watch/communicating-with-whales-sdg-media-zone/5138495863001

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August 20, 2016
Fabrice Schnoller, founder of DAREWIN Project presented his perspectives on cetacean communication research at TEDX KL , in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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April 21, 2016
In partnership with Annapruna Pictures, WithIn, and the New York Times, DAREWIN Project received a MacArthur Foundation Grant in 2015 to produce a short 360 Virtual Reality short film based on their work researching cetacean click communication. The VR experience, “The Click Effect,” debuted at Tribeca Film Festival on April 18, 2016 and was released worldwide through the New York Times. View the VR experience for free via Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR through the New York Times Virtual Reality app or through WithIn app (best quality).