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REMUS 6000 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. (WBZ-TV)

Woods Hole Researchers Ready To Help Find Missing Malaysian Jet

Researchers from Woods Hole helped find the wreckage of an Air France jet two years after it crashed.

03/27/2014

Nobska Point Lighthouse (Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia/Gruepig)

Falmouth Residents May Move To Keep Beloved Nobska Point Lighthouse

Local residents are considering taking over Nobska Point Lighthouse in Woods Hole if the Coast Guard declares it “excess property.”

02/25/2014

Message in a bottle (Photo from WHOI.EDU)

Bottle Released By Woods Hole Scientist In 1956 Turns Up Off Nova Scotia

A glass bottle released by a Woods Hole oceanographer in 1956 has been found off Nova Scotia.

02/07/2014

A body was reportedly found washed ashore near a residence in the Woods Hole section of Falmouth on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. (Credit: David G. Curran/ SatelliteNewsService.com)

Body Found On Shoreline In Falmouth Identified As Missing Marion Hunter

A body has been found washed ashore in the Woods Hole neighborhood of Falmouth, according to the police.

01/12/2014

(Photo Courtesy: Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory)

Scientists & Their Families Happily Flock To Woods Hole For Summer

For many scientists, the chance to spend a summer at the Marine Biological Laboratory working at the Ecosystems Center is a no-brainer.

08/24/2013

(Photo from Nobska Farm/Twitter)

Woods Hole Farm Focuses On Fiery Peppers

It’s one of Cape Cod’s spiciest farms.

08/10/2013

Scientist searches for invasive species in Marshfield. (WBZ-TV photo)

Team Searches For Invasive Species Along Mass. Coast

A scientific search party fanned out today along the Massachusetts coast looking for unwanted and potentially dangerous visitors.

08/06/2013

OCEARCH

Researchers Prepare For Ambitious Shark Tagging Mission Off Cape Cod

Last year, they tagged two sharks. this time, they have enough equipment to tag 20 great white sharks, and special permission from the state to work closer to shore.

07/30/2013

(File Photo Credit: MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images)

Grants Will Help Mass. Undersea “Kites” Project

Three Massachusetts research facilities are getting a boost from the federal government, including money to help find out if undersea “kites” can reliably produce renewable energy.

07/13/2013

The gliders are operated by Dave Fratantoni, a scientist in the WHOI Physical Oceanography Department. In use by oceanographers for about a decade, gliders move up, down, and laterally in a sawtooth pattern through the water by changing their buoyancy and using their wings to provide lift. They are battery powered and exceptionally quiet -- a critical feature when collecting acoustic data. (Photo by Nick Woods, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

Woods Hole Researchers Using Robots To Detect Rare Whales

The torpedo-shaped underwater robots, called gliders, can read calls from four types of endangered whales and relay their locations in real time.

01/19/2013

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