Robert Wernli worked at the Navy lab in San Diego during the pioneer days of remotely operated vehicle (ROV) development.
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What advantages does 3D metal printing have in marine applications? Learn how this technology is set to disrupt the marine manufacturing industry.
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Due to their remoteness, small populations, and land masses, some nations surrounded by natural maritime resources are vulnerable to environmental...
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This ninth annual update highlights new and existing ocean observing activities around the world. Thank you to all the contributors who are helping...
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Exchanges of heat and moisture between the ocean and the air have a tremendous impact on global weather and climate. To improve satellite products...
By: Krystal Alvarez New Oil Price Effects The Upstream Supply Chain group at Wood Mackenzie has been closely following the repercussions of...
As the initiator of several technological revolutions, including the mobile phone and wireless wearable technology, Finland and high-tech go hand in...
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