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Scientists want to search for life on Jupiter’s moon. They’re starting in Antarctic oceans.

An autonomous robot is practicing to explore Europa. By Justin Lawrence, Planetary Science, Georgia Institute of Technology The harsh and icy ocean surrounding Antarctica may seem like a strange place to be doing research about Jupiter, but since 2014, a team of Georgia Tech engineers and scientists in Britney Schmidt’s Planetary Habitability and Technology Lab, where I’m a graduate student, has been

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Maritime Infrastructure Projects in China Use Current Profiling Tools

Content from Nortek China’s recent wave of infrastructure renewal has included a large portfolio, such as ports and other developments, and current profiling is an essential part of these large-scale infrastructure developments.  Fast, accurate, cost-effective current profiling has been vital in the successful implementation of major maritime projects because it ensures that structures are built to the correct specifications. A

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