Biological Sciences

EDALHAB

EDALHAB 50 years later

It was 1971 when Larry Harris, a professor of zoology at the University of New Hampshire, was approached by Jeff Savage, a professor of mechanical and ocean engineering, to collaborate on a research project. The research however, acted as a justification for an even bigger endeavor: the launching... Read More

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