|The laboratory's spinoffs earn it a reputation as the center for a thriving industry in oceanographic research and equipment|
Albert Williams, chairman of applied ocean physics and engineering at Woods Hole, tells that story when he is asked about his institute's contributions to oceanographic research. Then and now, southeastern Massachusetts leads the country in developing new tools for ocean research. And WHOI, founded in 1930 and home to more than 100 scientists and 700 support staff, is the spawning...
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