Wendy Schmidt, president of the Schmidt Family Foundation, and Dr. Peter Diamandis, co-founder and chairman of Singularity Univeristy, discuss the battle to keep the oceans clean on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West."
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The tools that scientists use to monitor the acidification of the world's oceans are expected to get a major upgrade, thanks to a $2 million competition aimed at rewarding innovations that lower the cost and improve the accuracy of chemical sensors....
The prestigious XPRIZE Foundation has announced a new competition geared at tackling ocean acidification, which has in recent years taken a hard hit at some of the ocean’s hardest-bodied animals.
Increasing acidity in the world's oceans serves as the backdrop for a $2 million prize competition unveiled Monday by the XPRIZE Foundation. Scheduled to be awarded in 2015, the prize competition hopes to kick-start marine monitoring technology...
Pre-registration Opens for Global Competition Incentivizing Breakthroughs in Ocean pH Sensing Technologies to Monitor and Sustain the Health of our Oceans.
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As CEO of the X Prize Foundation, Peter Diamandis figured out how to use a competition to help drive innovation in private space flight. Here, he talk about the lessons he's learned along the way.