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

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
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It’s Time to Prepare for a Maritime Cyber Attack. Though, You’ve Probably Been Hacked Already...

It’s Time to Prepare for a Maritime Cyber Attack. Though, You’ve Probably Been Hacked Already... When working on the water, you may feel like you are a world away from hackers and cyber-attackers, but unfortunately, there is no escape (unless you happen to have washed up on
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In 5 Questions: Learn More About the New U.S. Coast Guard Polar Security Cutter

In 5 Questions: Learn More About the New U.S. Coast Guard Polar Security Cutter The United States Coast Guard is getting its first icebreaker in more than 40 years. The new class of ships will be called Polar Security Cutters and will be based in Seattle,
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The Latest from NOAA - A Q&A with Deputy Administrator RDML Tim Gallaudet

The Latest from NOAA - A Q&A with Deputy Administrator RDML Tim Gallaudet In recent discussions with RDML Tim Gallaudet, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Deputy NOAA Administrator, I was intrigued to learn about
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The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is Developing Future Ocean Leaders

The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is Developing Future Ocean Leaders Part quiz-bowl, part-team building exercise, and a whole lot of studying make up the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) for high school students. With fewer than half of
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Ocean Observation Looks Pretty Cool to an Outsider

Ocean Observation Looks Pretty Cool to an Outsider We all have things that turn us into a kid in a candy store, don’t we? Times when we let our inner fan-boys and fan-girls out? What’s yours?  For me, it’s
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