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Thank you Fusion for the nice profile! In the video I share (in 1min!) why the ocean is important and my goal to explore and more sustainably manage the ocean using marine robotics.
Check out other videos in their "genius" (flatteringly named and hyperbolic in my case) series too:
Thank you everybody! The KickStarter campaign was successfully funded! The exhibit will open January 4th in Cambridge, MA at the Wiesner Art Gallery. Excited!
I just launched a KickStarter campaign to help fund an exhibit of underwater high speed photography from Mission 31 and continued work. It'll be at the MIT Wiesner Art Gallery all of January if the campaign is successfully funded!
Check it out (link here), and please consider donating and attending the exhibit!
Thank you everybody! The campaign was successfully funded! The exhibit will open January 4th in Cambridge, MA at the Wiesner Art Gallery. Excited!
Thanks to Holt McCallany (who was nominated by Fabien Cousteau!) for nominating me for the ALS ice bucket challenge. I've donated and poured ice on my head...
And my response. Thanks to my sister Isabel and our friend Abir Ray for their assistance!
And in case you've forgotten what this is all about, watch this short film by ESPN.
On July 2nd I returned to land after living 15 days underwater with Fabien Cousteau (who spent 31 days underwater!) and his amazing team. All my blog posts from the mission are on this site, starting from late-spring visits to Northeastern's Marine Science facility at beautiful Nahant and preparations at MIT, to day one of training, to M31 splash down and then splash up.
MIT's Mechanical Engineering Department just produced this video with article: Undersea living: Alumna joins Cousteau mission. "What’s it like living on the bottom of the ocean for more than two weeks? Nicer than you might think, according to Grace Young ."
Some highlights from the blog:
Some more highlights: