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BRINGING WIRELESS POWER TO THE WORLD
"If you can make something better, smaller and faster, then why not do it?”
Kris McNeil, President
THE ACCIDENTAL INNOVATOR
Helping graduate student entrepreneurs capitalize on innovative research.
From 3-D images of icebergs to harnessing the curative powers of seaweed, one entrepreneur’s determined journey to international success in physical oceanography.
SAVING LIVES AT SEA
Randy Billard is translating a passion for fluid dynamics into an opportunity to help people survive offshore emergencies.
REVERSE-ENGINEERING THE OCEAN
ONE INNOVATOR’S PRACTICAL APPROACH TO HARNESS WAVES FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SubC Imaging have worked with Curtin University and the Western Australian Museum to successfully survey the shipwrecks of Australian warship HMAS Sydney (II) and the German raider HSK Kormoran
July 7, 2015
SubC Imaging have worked with Curtin University and the Western Australian Museum to successfully survey the shipwrecks of Australian warship HMAS Sydney (II) and the German raider HSK Kormoran in the Indian Ocean 200 km west of Shark Bay, Western Australia. The water depth at the site is approximately 2500m.
One of SubC’s latest products, the 1Cam 3D was used in the mission providing outstanding footage of the shipwrecks.
June 28, 2015
A local member of the OceansAdvance Cluster has been awarded a major contract designing ships for the Canadian government.
Genoa Design International, based in Mount Pearl, employs 25 people and is expected to expand to 100 by the end of the year.
May 5, 2015
AS THE JET LIFTED OFF FROM THE HELSINKI RUNWAY AND VEERED WESTWARD IT CARRIED among its passengers the newly minted Dr. Brian Veitch. With him he brought a dedication to creativity in science and research, an eagerness to overcome challenges, and an as yet unrealized drive to make an impact on safety at sea. It was late December of 1995 when the St.
April 6, 2015
(Providence, Rhode Island, April 3, 2015) Some three dozen city government and business leaders announced the start of a “cluster development” study they hope will help convince new companies to locate in Providence by determining which locations in the city are best suited to various types of businesses.