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Māori have a long and deep connection to their island and ocean ecosystem. The Māori concept of Rahui focuses on traditional m...
The Intertidal Experimentation Workshop will take place September 29 and 30 (9am to 2pm) at the MIT Media Lab, open to students ages 8-14...
Did you know that submarines today still cannot wirelessly communicate with airplanes? For decades, communicating between underwater and ...
The LEGO Wayfinder project combines LEGO, robotics, and seawater into a playground of project-based learning and citizen science for budd...
Most of the underwater world remains far off the map. For many of the most exciting exploration challenges–from Maya cenotes to urb...
Seventy percent of nations have deep-sea environments within their maritime Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs), yet only 16% of them are abl...
More ocean data has been collected in the last two years than in all previous years combined, and we are on a path to continue to break t...
Incredible documentaries, like Chasing Coral (2017) and Blue Planet (2001, 2017), tell the story of climate change and its impact on aqua...
Microbes are the foundation upon which life on Earth depends: they set the boundaries of habitability for all plants and animals and crea...
Throughout the ages bioluminescence has inspired myths. Long ago, sailors in the Indian Ocean encountered massive bioluminescent blooms a...
The New England Aquarium was proud to collaborate with the MIT Media Lab and National Geographic on the latest Open Ocean initiative even...
MIT students, faculty, and collaborators gave Lightning Talks during Here be Dragons 2018
A new Media Lab initiative seeks to connect humanity with ocean exploration