1. OCEANS 2019 Seattle Conference Highlights Blue Technology Collaborations for Future Sustainable Ocean Development and Marine Debris Mitigation

    SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, October 15, 2019 – Organizers expect more than 1,500 scientists and engineers to attend OCEANS 2019 Seattle, scheduled for October 27-31, at the Washington State Convention Center. More than 300 scientific research papers will be presented at the annual fall OCEANS Conference that connects ocean researchers with the engineers and companies making instruments, […]

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  2. The 2019 State of Technology Report Issue is Here

    Read the latest issue of the Marine Technology Society Journal and journey from the center of the Earth, to the ocean’s deepest depths, to outer space in this year’s MTS Journal State of Technology Report. The first piece, by Dr. Alfredo Giron-Nava, the recipient of the inaugural Walter Monk Scholar Award, inspires creativity and offers […]

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  3. Hands-on Training at the Marine Technology Camps

    This summer, the Marine Technology Society partnered with Northwestern Michigan College and Rutgers University to offer two hands-on technology experiences for students. The vision of the camps has been to give undergraduates an opportunity to have a hands-on experience – learning about, deploying, and collecting data using a range of marine technologies. The Marine Technology […]

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