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WHOI News Releases

SharkCam Tracks Great Whites into the Deep

Expedition Featured on Discovery Channel's 'Shark Week' 2016

Deep-Diving Sub Alvin Cleared to Return to Service

Navy certification is final step in Alvin upgrade project

Online Science Expedition Brings Deep Sea Vents to the Computer Screen

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's 'Dive and Discover' Begins Jan. 2, 2014

Explorer and Filmmaker James Cameron Gives DEEPSEA CHALLENGER Sub to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Forms partnership with WHOI to accelerate technology development, ocean research and discovery

Pressure Testing of New Alvin Personnel Sphere Successful

Major Milestone for Alvin Upgrade Project

Expedition to Mid-Cayman Rise Identifies Unusual Variety of Deep Sea Vents

Method Included first use of Nereus hybrid vehicle in 'autonomous' mode

Pioneering Deep-Sea Robot Lost at Sea

Autonomous Benthic Explorer (ABE) was one of the first successful unmanned, free-swimming submersible vehicles

Hybrid Remotely Operated Vehicle Nereus Reaches Deepest Part of the Ocean

Nereus is first vehicle to enable routine scientific investigation to the deepest ocean depths worldwide

Partnership Provides Autonomous Vehicles to Enable New Era of Deep Sea Research

First CATALYST Program Expedition Will Map Vulnerable Deep Coral Reefs

New Robot Sub Surveys the Deep off the Pacific Northwest

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Maps Sites for Future Ocean Observatory

Researchers Give Thermal Glider Its First Test-Drive in the Ocean

Profiling glider collects propulsion energy from the heat differences in the ocean

WHOI Awards Lockheed Martin Contract to Design Submersible Replacement

RHOV is Next Generation of Submersible that Brought Humans to the Sunken RMS Titanic

Explorers to Use New Robotic Vehicles to Hunt for Life and Hydrothermal Vents on Arctic Seafloor

Researchers will probe the Gakkel Ridge during expedition that begins on July 1

The Last Voyage?

Monitoring Baleen Whales with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

First passive recordings from ocean gliders provide insight into whale behavior for some endangered species

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Maps Ancient Greek Shipwreck

Robots can do in days what humans take years to accomplish at archaeological sites