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Pathway to Resilience

Pathway to Resilience

Why are some species of fish able to adapt to pollution levels that are lethal to others? To answer that question, WHOI biologists Mark Hahn and Sibel Karchner are […]

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Tailing a Fast Squid

Tailing a Fast Squid

This sleek squid sports a futuristic tail ornament. WHOI biologist Aran Mooney and collaborators at Stanford University and the University of Michigan developed a way to […]

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Solving a Methane Mystery

Solving a Methane Mystery

An enduring ocean mystery may finally be solved. For decades, scientists have known that the ocean’s surface waters are full of methane gas. But they didn’t know where it came […]

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Engineering a Deep-sea Search

Engineering a Deep-sea Search

After WHOI assisted the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the U.S. Coast Guard in locating the voyage data recorder (VDR) from the sunken cargo ship El Faro, NTSB […]

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Swimming Upstream

Swimming Upstream

Researchers often look to the natural world for solutions to engineering challenges and other complex human problems, a technique known as biomimetics. WHOI guest investigator and 2005 MIT-WHOI Joint […]

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Creature from the Canyon

Creature from the Canyon

Photographed in a drop of water, this shrimp-like crustacean is tiny—about the size of a fingernail. It comes from Barrow Canyon, a seafloor feature in the Arctic Ocean that’s […]

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Good Morning, Jason!

Good Morning, Jason!

Underwater vehicle pilot Akel Kevis-Stirling and WHOI engineering assistants Chris Judge and Ben Tradd, also a pilot (left to right), pause for a pre-dawn photo with the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Jason. […]

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