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A Self-Tuning 100 Watt Wireless Power Transfer System
18th Annual Blue Lobster Bowl program
Robotic Exploration and Sampling of Deep-Water Corals
System-level Modeling of Cooling Networks in All Electric
Parametric Optimization of S-type Cables
Interim Report on S3D/LEAPS Integration
New high fidelity numerical model to mitigate coastal flooding problems
MIT Sea Grant Newsletter: August 2014
Optimization of lithium iron phosphate battery charging and performance
Soft polymer membrane micro-sensor arrays inspired by the mechanosensory lateral line on the blind cavefish
Climate change and storm preparedness in New England
Mechanism studies of seasonal variability of dissolved oxygen in Mass Bay: A multi-scale FVCOM/UG-RCA application
A new advanced ocean model system (FVCOM): Examples of applications
An exploration for deep-sea ﬁsh sounds off Vancouver Island from the NEPTUNE Canada ocean observing system
How pharmaceuticals and personal care products affect our environment: and what you can do to make a difference
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