All-Female Crew Sails 3,000 Nautical Miles to Study Ocean Plastic
An all-female crew of 24 women are on a 3,000 nmi journey from Hawaii to Vancouver to study microplastics andRead more.
From the Seafloor to the Drugstore: Inventor Amy Wright on Marine Natural Products
Chemicals in marine organisms show promise for new medicines. Inventor Amy Wright is discovering why. Those were the glory days.Read more.
Virtual Immersion Goes Beyond the Surface with Underwater Drones
Christine Spiten is the 27 year old co-founder and chief global strategist of Blueye Robotics, a company making underwater dronesRead more.
How US Coastal Communities Are Building Climate Resilience
According to the Third National Climate Assessment, nearly 5 million people in the coastal U.S. live within 4 ft. ofRead more.
US Coast Guard Makes Progress on Funding Icebreaker Fleet
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) has released a request for proposal (RFP) with matching funding to acquire a new heavyRead more.
The U.S. Navy Tests Saab’s ASW Training System
For a three-month period in 2018, the Bahamas will play host to a demonstration of a new anti-submarine training device.Read more.
China’s Arctic Ambitions: Q&A with Sherri Goodman
The Arctic has traditionally been a region where cooperation has been common between nations. Its significance on the world’sRead more.
Volvo Ocean Race Yachts are Collecting Scientific Data
Volvo Ocean Race, 2018—The toughest sailing race in the world will reach Auckland, New Zealand at the end of theRead more.
Aquabotix Goes Public: Web-Based Tech and Underwater Vehicles
Aquabotix is a company that specializes in portable underwater vehicles. Its products include ROVs, hybrid AUV/ROVs and underwater camera systems.Read more.
Deep Dive into Engineering the World’s Most Advanced ROV System: Q&A with Carl Barrett
In August 2017 a research group led by explorer and philanthropist Paul G. Allen used ultra-high-tech underwater equipment to locateRead more.