Press Releases

Selected Media Coverage

2017

These robots are transforming how we see wildlife

Mashable • January 12th, 2017

2016

This Robot Could Make Exploring Oceans Deeper, Faster, and Cheaper

National Geographic • September 9th, 2016

MTR 100

Marine Technology Reporter • July 2016

New ROV will be available to ocean scientists worldwide

Silicon Valley • April 30th, 2016

Researchers Explore Pacific Oceans Hidden Deep Secrets

Foreign Affairs • April 26th, 2016

Scientists Turn to Drones For Closer Look at Sea Ice

Climate Central • April 23, 2015

Virtual Reality Technology Reveals Underwater Vents in New Ways

ROV Planet Magazine • Pages 18-21 • April 2016

Virtual Reality Technology Reveals Underwater Vents

Marine Technology News • April 1st, 2016

“ProteOMZ” Surfaces Findings in Low Oxygen Ocean Waters

Marine Technology News • February 19th, 2016

New Medical Technology Hits the High Seas Exploring Low Oxygen Waters

IUCN Global Marine Community Newsletter • February 19th, 2016

Artists at Sea

All Things Marine Radio Show • February 16th, 2016

Hooked On The High Seas

Hawai’i Public Radio • January 27st, 2016

New Deep-Sea Vents and Volcanic Activity Discovered in the Mariana Back-Arc 

Sevenseas Marine Conservation & Travel • January 8th, 2016

Deep-sea Vents and Volcanic Activity Discovered

Hydro International • January 4th, 2016

2015

Deep-sea Vents and Volcanic Activity Discovered

Saipan Tribune • December 28th, 2015

New Deep-Sea Vents, Volcanic Activity Found in Mariana Back-Arc

Marine Technology Reporter • December 18th, 2015

Scientists Unlock Mysteries Of World’s Most Massive Volcano

Huffington Post • November 27st, 2015

Scientists Are Mapping the World’s Largest Volcano

National Geographic • November 21st, 2015

The World’s Biggest Volcano Is a Magnetic Mix-Up

Scientific American • November 19th, 2015

The World’s Biggest Volcano Is a Magnetic Mix-Up

Nature • November 19th, 2015

Scientists Produce Data from Largest Single Volcano

Marine Technology News • November 12th, 2015

Up close with El Niño

Honolulu Star-Advertiser • September 19th, 2015

El Niño Data Collection

Bytmarks Café • September 9th, 2015

MTR 100 Top Five Standouts

Marine Technology Reporter • July / August 2015

Vessel returns with valuable data on El Niño

Hawaii News Now • August 18, 2015

US research ship completes expedition in Mentawai

The Jakarta Post • June 23, 2015

A New Age for Underwater Autonomy (Cover Story)

Marine Technology Reporter magazine • June, 2015

Diving Robots Coordinate to Explore Ocean Depths

Machine Design • June 8, 2015

Scientists set sail to study Tsunami Risk

Asia One • May 20, 2015

NTU scientists head to Sumatra for tsunami research

Channel News Asia • May 19, 2015

Coral Research Cruises Continue in Remote Australian Waters

Business Scoop New Zealand • April 13, 2015

Huge Underwater Canyon Home to Amazing Deep-Sea Life

Discovery News • March 24, 2015

Underwater research device worth $200k found after two years missing off WA coast

Australian Broadcasting Commission • March 9, 2015

Perth Canyon research could provide crucial climate change information, researchers say

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News • February 26, 2015

Huge, Slow-Moving ‘Internal’ Waves Wreak Havoc

Discovery News • February 6, 2015

Watch a 1,000-Foot-High Wave Move Across the Ocean

Yahoo News • January 27, 2015

2014

World’s Deepest Fish Lurks 5 Miles Down in Mariana Trench

National Geographic • December 21, 2014

Scientists discover world’s deepest-dwelling fish species

Delhi Daily News • December 21, 2014

New record depth for deepest fish

BBC • December 19, 2014

New record: Ethereal deep-sea fish lives 5 miles underwater

Los Angeles Times • December 19, 2014

Ghostly new fish discovered at record-breaking depths

Washington Post • December 19, 2014

Deepest fish found 5 miles down in Pacific trench

USA Today • December 19, 2014

FOUND: THE WORLD’S NEWEST DEEPEST-DWELLING FISH

Popular Science • December 19, 2014

Under Pressure

Slate / New Scientist • November 23, 2014

Extreme Shrimp May Hold Clues to Alien Life

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) • November 21, 2014

Scientists to study largest volcanic eruption in history

RN Breakfast – Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) • October 9, 2014

Falkor at Loihi Seamount with Ken Rubin and Brian Glazer

Think Tech Hawaii • July 14, 2014

UH students return from final Schmidt Ocean Institute expedition

University of Hawaii News • June 19, 2014

Understanding Whale Behaviors Through Science Research

Hawaii News Now • March 11, 2014

Scientists get ship backed by Google executive

Boston Globe • January 27, 2014

2013

Ocean Networks Canada: Wiring the Abyss 2013

Global News • September 6, 2013

Breathing new life into ocean research

Victoria News • September 6, 2013

Researchers explore low-oxygen waters off Vancouver Island

Times Colonist • September 5, 2013

World Class Research Vessel Docks at Ogden Point

CFAX 1070 (Victoria Radio) • September 5, 2013

An ocean full of change at Ocean Networks Canada

University of Victoria • September 4, 2013

Google’s voyage to bottom of the sea’s dead zone

San Francisco Gate • August 1, 2013

Google’s voyage to bottom of the sea’s dead zone

San Francisco Chronicle • August 1, 2013

Expanding Understanding of the World’s Ocean

Hydro International • April 12, 2013

Private research ship makes waves

Nature • March 27, 2013

Private Research Ship Makes Waves

PBS • March 28, 2013

2012

Counting Fish: Longlines, Lionfish and Liberty Ships

Scientific American • October 16, 2012

UTB trio completes research voyage in Gulf

Brownsville Herald • October 5, 2012

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