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Riveting Reads.

A weekly post of riveting reads from my travels around the internet this week! A selection of links, blogs, news articles, scholarly articles and images I am currently loving. 359 more words

Research

Underwater Majesty

If you need a little serenity to get you through the work week, this should help:

Rare Sperm Whale Encounter on E/V Nautilus

This incredible footage was recorded yesterday during a ROV dive by Hercules (the deepest ROV with mechanized arms, high resolution cameras and sampling capacities) & Argus (also fitted with high-res cameras and tethered above Hercules) from E/V Nautilus. 275 more words

Project Nessie Underway

Hi All,

The work on the ROV that will (hopefully) compete in the 2016 MATE ROV competition is underway! This is an interesting phase with many ideas and the opportunity to source some materials. 74 more words

Competitions

Why do bubbles matter?

The E/V Nautilus began the 2015 Expedition Season last week from Gulfport, MS. Since last Thursday, the website has been live–giving you highlight reels or background videos to view when the ROVS are not in the water and LIVE! 112 more words

Students get excited about underwater robots in the Savannah Science Seminar

by Amy Rath

Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary uses underwater robots (remotely operated vehicles or ROVs) to remotely observe the natural resources found within the sanctuary and surrounding areas, and as a way to get middle school, high school and college students excited about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). 88 more words

Science

Volunteers Needed for the Upcoming Student Built ROV Competition on April 25th

NOTE:  Jan Eisele and I did this in 2014 and it was great fun!  Please help out if you can!

We are currently recruiting for the statewide Oregon Regional Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) competition which will take place on Saturday, April 25th at North Bend Community Pool and North Bend High School (Coos Bay area). 115 more words

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