Michael Sacarny pointing to the Charles River map
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MIT Sea Grant river chart helps inform land-use planning near Charles River

MIT Sea Grant addresses balancing the needs of land development with loss of river use with regard to depth data in areas under consideration. Recently, there have been two groups proposing development of better walkways and parkland along…
MIT AUV Lab's Paul Robinette talks to a couple with a baby about a yellow AUV on display
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Join MIT Sea Grant at the Cambridge Science Festival Robot Zoo on Saturday April 14th!

Want to try driving an underwater robot? MIT Sea Grant will have tanks and a pool set up at the Cambridge Science Festival's Robot Zoo. Kids and adults alike can drive a Sea Perch underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) or test their piloting…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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Undergraduate students join MIT Sea Grant for hands on summer research

MIT Sea Grant's teaching lab was bustling this summer with more than 10 undergraduate students, and a handful of exceptional high school students all working on projects that varied from mapping eelgrass using drones to building ocean drifters…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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Deploying Buoys: MIT Sea Grant summer UROP Noa Yoder

By Bayley Connors, BURECS The AUV Lab of MIT Sea Grant has focused its latest efforts on understanding coastal ocean acidification and Noa Yoder, a rising junior at MIT, is interning with the lab's research engineers, Michael Sacarny and Michael…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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MIT Sea Grant Celebrates World Oceans Day

By Bayley Connors, BURECSLocal and visiting families took to the New England Aquarium this past Sunday, June 4th, to celebrate World Oceans Day. The aquarium planned an early celebration amidst efforts to promote the awareness, sustainability,…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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MIT Sea Grant Open House Thursday June 8th from 2:00-4:00

Interested in learning more about research, education, and outreach opportunities at MIT Sea Grant? Come check out our new offices at MIT Sea Grant's Open House! Thursday, June 8th, 2017 from 2:00pm-4:00pmAt MIT Sea Grant's new location: 12…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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MIT Sea Grant UROP students build an ROV - Alicia Cabrera-Mino and Kyubin Lee

Alicia Cabrera-Mino, a senior at MIT in mechanical engineering, and Kyubin Lee, a sophomore at MIT, applied to intern at the MIT Sea Grant College Program to learn more about ocean engineering. Both students were drawn to MIT Sea Grant's Autonomous…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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MIT Sea Grant celebrates World Ocean Day at the New England Aquarium

By Morgan O'HanlonA young girl of 5 or 6 years leans over the controls to a remotely operated underwater vehicle, also known as a ROV. She stares intently at the vehicle floating inside the 100 gallon tank before her and tries to maneuver its…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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Sea Grant at the MIT Open House April 23rd

The 2016 MIT Open House will take place Saturday April 23rd from 10:00-2:00. There will be over 350 activities planned to enlighten and inspire¢whether you're a child or an adult, a student or a teacher. There¡s plenty to see and do for everyone!Sea…
Four male students stand on the dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with a surface vehicle resembling a miniature boat that they developed
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Meet MIT Sea Grant Research Engineer Michael Sacarny

Mike spent most of his adult life as a systems and software engineer, working in a variety of industries, including renewable energy, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, automotive test, radioactive waste processing, biomedical devices, and PC…