Panel Session on “Big data processing: What is the added value, for which applications?” at Oceans conference, Marseille.
World Hydrography Day Workshop at OCEANS Conference
A workshop dedicated to World Hydrography Day was organized at Oceans 2019 conference by the International Federation of Hydrographic societies.
Arctic a ‘hot’ research topic at Oceans’19 conference
Arctic research was ‘hot’ at Oceans, Marseille. Here’s a summary.
Careers – An IEEE OES panel at Oceans’18 in Charleston
Summary of a Panel discussion on Careers held at Oceans’18 Charleston organized by IEEE OES.
Chandrayaan-2 mission moves another step closer to the Moon
Chandrayaan-2 mission moves another step closer to the Moon after it successfully entered the lunar orbit, the official twitter handle of ISRO tweeted.
Mentorship Lessons learnt from being part of Bumblebee, a student-driven engineering project from the National University of Singapore
Team Bumblebee is a student-driven engineering project from the National University of Singapore, building Autonomous Marine Vehicles for international robotics competitions. This article discusses mentorship lessons learnt while being involved with this student organization.
Sea Ice from Space: Crossing Boundaries of Sea Ice Science
Polar science can be challenging, but satellites give scientists access to otherwise inaccessible regions.
An Eloquent Remembrance: Book Review of ‘Brief Eulogies for Lost Animals’
Hudon’s poetic collection of eulogies individualizes species that have vanished from the planet, seeking to fulfill the promise “gone but not forgotten.”
Twitter Observations Offer Seasonal Change Indications
A study demonstrates that Twitter can serve as a sensor for the onset of spring.
Oxygen, Sardines, and Jupiter’s Moons: What Oceans Can Tell Us About Our Past, Present, and Future
Want to know about life, the universe, and everything? Look to the ocean.