According to an October 14 news release from the University at Buffalo (UB), the long-hydrophobic Internet may soon get its sea legs. Researchers at UB are currently developing a deep-sea Internet, which could lead to drastic improvements in tsunami detection, oil and natural gas exploration offshore, undersea surveillance, pollution monitoring, and other contributions... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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