The Ocean Farmers Trying to Save the World With Seaweed

Hellen Wadman

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Amy McConnell, a Canadian Kelp Resources Ltd. lab technician, holds up a piece of giant kelp in the Trevor Channel on Vancouver Island, on Aug. 19, 2020. Credit – Melissa Renwick for TIME

In a cove in Bamfield, a coastal community in British Columbia, Canada, Louis Druehl steers his boat, The Kelp Express, a mile along the mountainous coastline. For 51 years, this boat has taken Druehl to the

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Dwarf planet Ceres is an ocean world

Hellen Wadman

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Scientists considered Pluto to be a planet when it was discovered, but it later became the first dwarf planet. It’s not the closest one to Earth, though. Ceres is a dwarf planet and the largest object in the Great Asteroid Belt, and it has a new distinction today: ocean world. The latest data from NASA’s Dawn mission proves the almost-planet has a vast repository of salty water hiding below its

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New world record set! Fastest internet is faster than you could imagine

Hellen Wadman

Now, while some us of are still struggling to play a 4K video or streaming live matches without delays, a new record has been set for world’s fastest internet. Engineers at University College London (UCL) set a new world record for the fastest internet in the world. The recently developed technology can download at a speed of 178 Terabits (TB) per second which is equivalent to 1,78,000 Gbps.

For those

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Researchers at UCL Set a New World Record for Fastest Internet

Hellen Wadman

Cables on servers at a data center of the internet exchange point DE-CIX (Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, July 25, 2018.

Cables on servers at a data center of the internet exchange point DE-CIX (Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, July 25, 2018.
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Imagine being able to download every single movie and TV show on Netflix in less than a second. Thousands of titles in a literal snap. Researchers at University College London have the ability to do that

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How Robotic Technology Officially Identified the World War II Submarine S-28 Gravesite

Hellen Wadman

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After almost 75 years utilizing advanced imaging technology, Ocean Explorer Tim Taylor and his Lost 52 Expedition Team officially discovered the final resting place for the 49 Sailors of the U.S. submarine S-28 (SS-133) off Oahu, Hawaii. The U.S. Navy recently validated the identity of the wreck, which Taylor located in 2017.

The 4 July 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the

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