27 Mar 2013

David Gallo – TEDxSMU 2012

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David Gallo is an American oceanographer and Director of Special Projects at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – a preeminent, globally recognized scientific laboratory.  For more than 25 years, Dr. Gallo has been at the forefront of ocean exploration, participating in and being witness to the development of new technologies and scientific discoveries that shape our view of planet earth.  He has been described by TED Conferences as “an enthusiastic ambassador between the sea and those of us on dry land.”  With more than 8 million views his TED presentation “Underwater Astonishments” is among the top 5 TED Talks viewed to date.

David has participated in expeditions to all of the world’s oceans and was one of the first scientists to use a combination of robots and submarines to explore the deep seafloor.  Most recently he co-led an expedition to create the first detailed and comprehensive map of the RMS Titanic and he co-led the successful international effort to locate the remains of Air France flight 447.


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