Using microelectronics, researchers have increased the efficiency and speed of swimming jellyfish.
An emerging offshore energy capability in the U.S. provides a chance to apply lessons learned elsewhere.
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ULC Robotics is reducing risk and cost for offshore wind inspections via their line of unmanned aerial vehicles. We dig into how this amazing tech...
Scientists from the U.S. Navy are optimizing the way ocean glider data is collected and used.
As ongoing discoveries rock the underwater archaeology world, ON&T asks how private corporations, charitable foundations, and governments can...
Route preparation and cable burial for offshore renewables present daunting challenges, but Oceaneering provides experience-backed technology that...
Designing lab-on-a-chip devices for the deep sea has its challenges. Found out how Dalhousie University’s Dr. Vincent Sieben is solving them.
ON&T interviewed MTS President, Dr. Richard Spinrad in advance of the Oceans ‘19 Conference and Exhibition.
Having fine-tuned its passive drifting technology, the Ocean Cleanup faces several milestones in 2020. First, though, they need to prove their...
The French Space Agency, CNES, has launched its first Argos nanosatellite. Find out how this technology could revolutionize ocean observing.
ON&T spoke with representatives from Teledyne Marine about their world-class products and service.
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