April 26, 2011

Undergraduate researcher's work destined for the deep

Posted: Apr 26, 2011 | 3 min 28 sec

Undergraduate researcher Colin Ho is helping to design a miniature submarine that will be used to explore sub-glacial lakes in Antarctica.

Ho is pursing dual degrees in mechanical engineering and in earth and space exploration. In summer 2010, Ho interned at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he worked with Arizona State University associate professor Albert Behar and other students to develop the initial design for the submarine.

Ho now works in Behar's lab at ASU where he continues to work on the submarine.

This video was produced and edited by Walter Cronkite student, Laura Palmisano, a videographer/editor in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.

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