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Get It Made Offers Manufacturing Grant for Innovative Subsea Start-ups

CNC machining specialist and manufacturing partner Get It Made has announced a brand new initiative aimed at innovative start-ups in the subsea industry who could be eligible to receive a manufacturing grant of up to £2,500.  Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Get It Made, which works alongside top U.K. universities, established household names and early stage start-ups, is developing a program to support

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America’s Marine Sanctuaries: A Photographic Exploration

“America’s Marine Sanctuaries” is a photographic overview of the U.S. National Marine Sanctuary System, with immersive photography and informative text that celebrates the protected places and the creatures and artifacts that are found there. The 14 underwater gems that make up the National Marine Sanctuary System are celebrated for their beauty,history and importance in this striking volume. The full-color photographs allow

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MS Satoshi Aims to Be Incubator for Innovation, Entrepreneurship

Crypto Cruise Ship

A group of marine engineering entrepreneurs is taking advantage of the current downturn in the cruising industry to expand their operations in Panama. The Crypto Cruise Ship is being prepared to set sail from the Mediterranean and anchor in the Gulf of Panama. The 804-ft. ship, recently purchased from a major cruise line, is to be named MS Satoshi. It includes

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Apply to Washington Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator

Washington Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator

Maritime is one of Washington’s biggest and oldest industries, and it’s also becoming one of the most innovative. Washington Maritime Blue and the Port of Seattle have partnered again to launch the next cohort of the Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator, an intensive four-month program providing access to a global network of mentors and advisers alongside Washington’s maritime industry and ocean

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Mobile Docking System for AUVs

Purdue autonomous docking for underwater robots

Robots can be amazing tools for search-and-rescue missions and environmental studies, but eventually they must return to a base to recharge their batteries and upload their data. That can be a challenge for an AUV exploring deep ocean waters. A Purdue University team has created a mobile docking system for AUVs, enabling them to perform longer tasks without the need

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