Using the seas to serve man
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Using the seas to serve man

  • 1974

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    The M.I.T. Sea Grant Program participates in the national search for solutions to current critical problems in ocean utilization and coastal zone development. Following the lead of the National Sea Grant Program, created by Congress in 1966, the Institute's engineers and scientists work to improve marine technology and to understand the social, economic, and environmental constraints on man's use of the seas. In July, 1972, M.I.T. was designated an Institutional Sea Grant Program in recognition of its continuing distinguished contributions to national goals. This brochure goes into more detail on MIT's research projects and answers many questions such as "How can we convert wastes into useful resources or minimize the harmful effects on the seas of natural and man-made pollution?" Or, "How can engineers modify technology to extend man's capacity for living and working in a marine environment?" Or, another question "How can ocean engineers contribute to marine safety?" And, "In what ways can innovative technology maximize the harvest of food and useful materials from the sea?"
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