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Sea Technology, Vol. 58, No. 3—March 2017
March 2017 Electronic Charting / Vessel Management / Ports & Harbors / Dredging / Homeland Security
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The Crowd & The Cloud–Citizen Science Documentary Series
Citizen science is growing as smartphones, computers and mobile technology are enabling regular folks to help scientists advance knowledge. A
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Study Finds Diver Interaction Doesn’t Affect Sharks
A new study on Palmyra Atoll by scientists at UC Santa Barbara and Florida International University found that human interaction–or
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White Paper on the Industrial Internet of Things
Continuous connectivity is in high demand in our world. Globecomm has released a white paper on the Industrial Internet of
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Undergrad Scholarship for Business, Engineering Students
Crystal Group, a designer/manufacturer of rugged computer hardware, is accepting Innovation Scholarship applications for the 2017 to 2018 term now
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Marine R&D Centre for Remote Control & Autonomous Ships and AI
Rolls-Royce will open its Marine R&D Centre for Remote Control & Autonomous Ships and Artificial Intelligence in Turku, Finland, this
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Trump to Cut NOAA Budget 17%
The Donald Trump Administration wants to cut NOAA’s budget by 17 percent, The Washington Post reported. This will affect research funding,
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Groundbreaking Study on Iceland’s Extreme Ocean Surface
Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego is collaborating with the Icelandic Coast Guard (ICG) on
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Rick Perry Is Now the US Energy Secretary
Rick Perry, a former Texas governor, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in a 62-37 vote as the new secretary
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