ISC in the Media

The GEBCO-NF Alumni Team has completed the Technology Readiness Tests of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE using a combined Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) and Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) system.  The goal of the XPRIZE challenge is to advance ocean technologies for rapid, unmanned and high-resolution ocean exploration and discovery. ISC Staff were on-site to document the team’s engineering trials.

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Inner Space Center Staff visited Samuel Slater Middle School in Pawtucket to speak to students about ocean exploration and interact with the E/V Nautilus.  During the live broadcast, the students asked the scientists questions and learned about the cutting-edge technology they use to explore the deep ocean. Samuel Slater Middle School was selected for this special opportunity because of its exemplary science program and its 8th grade focus on habitats around the world.

URI’s Oceanography School Helps Locate El Faro’s Black Box:

URI Inner Space Center sponsoring marine technology, ocean sciences program for teachers:,113113

GSO on National Geographic This Sunday:

Ballard opens new ‘Inner Space Center’ at URI:

News Roundup: Ballard on 60 Minutes, others make national headlines:

Mystery Off the Coast of Rhode Island:

URI exploration of sunken U-boat off Block Island to be streamed live, broadcast on Rhode Island PBS:

Explore World War II Sunken Wrecks on Live TV:

Explorer Robert Ballard’s Inner Space Center at URI keeps track of ocean research worldwide:

Scientists attempt to explore wreck of sunken U-boat off RI:

Rhode Island Teachers Go to Sea:

GSO at the Providence Boat Show:

The Ocean’s New Mission Control Center:

Ballard’s High-Tech Look on Ocean Worlds:

Connecticut scientists among those exploring wreck of sunken U-boat:

Scientists exploring wreck of sunken U-boat off Rhode Island:

Navy, URI celebrate technological, underwater ties:

Visibility a challenge for scientists studying German U-boat:

URI breaks ground for $15 million undersea exploration center, marine science library:

Science and Elementary MAT Candidates Attend Lecture and Tour at URI:

A Day in a Telepresence-Enabled Expedition:

An innovative leader in ocean exploration, research, and education.