Healthy oceans can help ease the increasing burden our population is placing on this planet, but we need to be able to explore, observe and learn about the oceans in their entirety in order to protect and conserve them effectively.
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Humans have been looking for the giant squid ever since we first started taking pictures underwater. But the elusive deep-sea predator could never be caught on film -- until now.
By Dr. Peter H. Diamandis
Dr. Peter H. Diamandis is the Chairman & CEO of XPRIZE
A renewed golden age of exploration in the 21st century might just ...
We explored outward to the moon and outer space at the end of the 20th century, but we entered the 21st century managing to overlook this continent-size frontier right on our own planet.
Whether it is the ocean, a sacred text, or another person's story, too often, we assume that all we need to know about something is what we see on the surface.
By Jenifer Austin Foulkes, Oceans Program Manager, Google:
Kip Evans and Shari Sant Plummer left early in the morning to rendezvou...
Swarms of soup-can-sized robots will soon plunge into the ocean seeking data on poorly understood phenomena from currents to biology. ...
With the stimulus deal being reached this week, it's interesting to look at where we place our financial priorities when it comes to taxpayer dollars being spent on exploration of our natural world.
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