1. New York Times Highlights Bubble Craft Manned Submersibles

    New York Times journalist William J. Broad, interviewed MTS Manned Underwater Vehicles Chair, Will Kohnen, and MTS member Patrick Lahey, president of Triton Submarines in this November 18, 2019, feature article. By William J. Broad, November 19, 2019 Bruce H. Robison, a marine biologist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California, began prowling the deep […]

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  2. MTS President Rick Spinrad Talks with Hawaii Public Radio

    On a quick trip to visit the MTS Hawaii Section and give seminars at NOAA and University of Hawaii, MTS President, Rick Spinrad, stopped in at Hawaii Public Radio to talk about MTS and landscape of the marine technology field. Listen to the interview. https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/post/conversation-marine-technology-affects-more-oceans#stream/0

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  3. Extreme Engineering in Five Deeps and First Descent Missions Highlighted at Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop

    I’ve been struck by the number of times I’ve heard from different marine technology companies that they’ve created a custom housing for a television client, or a power supply that can withstand specific temperature or pressure conditions, or a robotic arm built for one special purpose. While at the Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop in San […]

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  4. 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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