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Scientists from the Michigan State University made a number of improvements on a high-tech robotic fish to make it glide through the water with the greatest of ease.
Researcher Walker Smith of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary, has been conducting shipboard studies of biological productivity in Antarctica's Ross Sea for the last three decades.
Over the past decade, the undersea robots known as autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) have become increasingly important in oceanographic research.
Tracking fish across Alaskaâ€™s vast continental shelves can present a challenge to any scientist studying Alaskaâ€™s seas. Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks have successfully tested a possible solution in the form of underwater gliders.
NASA, US Navy and university researchers have successfully demonstrated the first robotic underwater vehicle to be powered entirely by natural, renewable, ocean thermal energy.
University of South Florida officials said an unmanned water vehicle that resembles a giant model plane was mistakenly plucked from the water by fishermen. The officials said a fishing boat bearing St.
Autonomous vehicle developed by the University of Washington is an element of Arctic Observing Network, an International Polar Year research priority.
Hundreds of miles out in the Atlantic Ocean, a small, unmanned submarine is nearing the mid-point of its journey from New Jersey to Spain. It is the longest, but not the first, voyage for yellow sub, which is collecting scientific data throughout its trip.