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Day 1: Setting Sail to Explore Deep-Sea Worlds in the Atlantic
Science & Tech  (tags: atlantic, atlantic expedition, canyons, corals, seamounts, submarine )

Judy
- 781 days ago - switchboard.nrdc.org
We'll undertake the first ecological investigation of two Atlantic seamounts, two of just four seamounts in U.S. Atlantic waters. We will then explore several nearby "submarine" canyons that cut into the southern flank of Georges Bank SE of Cape Cod...
The Pedal-Boat Submarine: French Engineers Unveil James Bond-Style Scuba Sub
Science & Tech  (tags: pedal boat, submarine, French engineer, design, French Riviera, Scubster, gadgets, James Bond )

Anna
- 1552 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A team of engineers plan to venture where no man has gone before after unveiling a pedal-boat submarine on the French Riviera.Nicknamed 'the Scubster', the 3.5 meter-long one-man yellow submarine has echoes of the fancy gadgets from fictional spy ...
Scientific Sub Makes Deep-Sea Discoveries
Science & Tech  (tags: study, research, discovery, environment, investigation, discoveries, deep sea, submarine )

Beatrice
- 2122 days ago - wildbiology.com
A four-week expedition to explore the deep ocean south-west of Tasmania has revealed new species of animals and more evidence of impacts of increasing carbon dioxide on deep-sea corals.
The First Solar Submarine in the World
Science & Tech  (tags: news, energy, investigation, submarine )

Nelson
- 2267 days ago - amazus.org
The first solar submarine in the world, the Goldfish, was presented a few days ago at the international exposition of Zaragoça. This project only works from sunlight energy.
Plankton(Diatoms) & Fly Exoskeletons Powered Ecobot Fuel Cell, Submarine,.Bristol Robotics Lab, UK, 2006,Old News
Science & Tech  (tags: Plankton(Diatoms) & Fly Exoskeletons Pow, Submarine, .Bristol Robotics Lab, UK, 2006, old news, love, save, chris, jesus, christ, god )

Scott
- 2308 days ago - newscientist.com
In Ecobot's fuel cell, anaerobic bacteria were used to break down the flies' exoskeletons into sugars. This time they will break down plankton. The sugars are then metabolised by the bacteria, releasing electrons that can be collected by a positive
   

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