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Results: January 1996 to December 2014 > Matt Villano

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July 1, 2010

Science in Service to the Nation

A conversation with oceanographer Ray Schmitt

December 31, 2009

The Mysterious Movements of Deep-Sea Larvae

How do the tiny progeny of seafloor animals disperse through the ocean?

December 18, 2009

Shipwrecks Offer Clues to Ancient Cultures

Modern deep-sea vehicles expand vistas to see into the past

September 2, 2009

Are Emperor Penguins Marching to Extinction?

... and other recent research findings by WHOI scientists

December 30, 2008

A Deep-sea Chemical-Sniffing Bloodhound

WHOI engineer develops a small, tough mass spectrometer to work in the ocean

November 13, 2008

A Tag Fit for a Porpoise

Grad students surmount big hurdles to build a device for a small marine mammal

April 3, 2008

Making Nanotubes Without Harming the Environment

Scientists seek to help industry manufacture new 'wonder material' safely

April 3, 2008

Protecting Public Health by Preventing Pollution

A graduate student seeks ways to curtail contaminants in the environment

March 21, 2008

A Sea Change in National Ocean Policy?

Sweeping reforms recommended by two national commissions stall in the harbor

August 9, 2007

Eavesdropping on Whales' Mealtime Conversation

A graduate student journeys to Norway to investigate how orcas orchestrate their hunt

July 3, 2007

The Deepest Divers

D-tags give scientists in-depth records of whales in the depths

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