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Ocean Observation: Gliders, Buoys & Sub-Surface Networks

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RoboSub Competition: 20 Years of Fun and Learning

More than 300 engineering students tested their mechanical, electrical, computer and systems engineering skills, as well as their presentation skills and teamwork, while competing for cash prizes at the recent 20th International RoboSub Competition.


Canada to Ships: “Slow Down”

Certain ships are being ordered to reduce speed because of the deaths of at least 10 North Atlantic right whales in Canada’s Gulf of St

Lawrence in just two months. The ministries of transport and ? sher- ies issued a temporary order for vessels 20 meters or longer to slow to a maximum of 10 knots in the western portion of the Gulf, which stretches from Quebec to north of

Prince Edward Island.

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