The fragments of Nereus
led the institute to say in a statement that a portion of the vehicle likely imploded under pressure as great as 1125 kilograms per square centimetre.
For a species of fish, especially one with such a high profile, to have gone unnoticed in subsequent Kaiko and Nereus
dives to the same area also seems highly unlikely.
can be switched to a battery-powered remotely operated mode, in which it is tethered to the ship via only a thin fiber-optic cable and carries cameras and sampling equipment.
About 60 pages of appendices cover platform-specific metamodels and language metamodels, OCL and NEREUS
, and design pattern metamodels.
Heddiw cyhoeddir Honour before Honours sef hanes ysgol Dr Williams gan Merfyn Wyn Tomos (Gwasg Nereus
, y Bala pounds 15).
It will also see the launch of Economists Online, an EU-funded subject repository project managed by the Nereus
consortium of top European economics libraries.
23 November 2009 - US-headquartered Nereus
Pharmaceuticals Inc reported today encouraging interim results from a randomised Phase II study evaluating the vascular disrupting agent (VDA) plinabulin (NPI-2358) in combination with standard chemotherapy (docetaxel) in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
10,902 meters is the record-setting depth a robotic vehicle called Nereus
recently dived in the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench.
The deep-sea remotely operated vehicle Nereus
plunged 10,902 meters to scrape seafloor in the Mariana Trench on May 31, making it the deepest-diving vehicle operating today.
A new type of deep-sea robotic vehicle called Nereus
has successfully reached the deepest part of the world's ocean, thanks in part to fiber-optic technology developed by Team SPAWAR's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Pacific scientists.
Atlantis Resources has successfully completed trials of its 2MW Solon and Nereus
turbines elsewhere in the world, but will need to conduct new trials in Crown Estate waters so that a full environmental impact assessment can be made and to prove the technology works.
On the Pacific Coast of California, Nereus
Pharmaceuticals, aptly named after a prophetic Greek sea god, is leading the push for drug discovery from micro-organisms harvested from the oceans.