I am happy to announce that The World of Hopfs is now available in Norwegian. This is thanks to the kind translation by Catharina Broch. If you like it, you can order “Hopfenes verden” as paperback, or download it as pdf on the Hopf website. With this addition, The world of Hopfs is now available in ten languages, including Chinese and Serbian
Just a small glimpse on what I am working on right now. Some automatised filming system to study plankton ecology. This one makes use of Lego bricks (which should be part of every serious biology lab), 3D printing and some Raspberry pi programming.
Thanks to Beijing Science and Technology Press you can now buy The World of Hopfs in Chinese! A big thanks also to Ying Liu for her lovely translation.
Trying out my new pigment liners, while trying to capture the life at around a deep sea vent, also called “black smokers”. They occur on the bottom of the ocean, typically at locations where tectonic plates are diverging and a new crust is formed. Hot water filled with dissolved minerals emerges from the bottom and delivers “food” for bacteria. These again are eaten by higher organisms, like amphipods, tube worms and other invertebrates.
I am happy to announce that the Polish Version of “The world of Hopfs” is now available in three formats: iBook, pdf, and a browser-based version. I am grateful to Martyna Molak for translating the story. I hope you enjoy reading it.
I am happy to announce that the Spanish version of “The World of Hopfs” is now online. I would like to thank Rodrigo Gonçalves and Cristina Durán for the Spanish translation. If you like it please share it with your friends and family.