Today we wrap-up our two week look into technology transfer from the University of Montana to companies and products.  Keeping track of dissolved carbon dioxide in seawater is important to improving our understanding of carbon cycling.  It takes a sophisticated monitor, like the one designed by UM Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mike DeGrandpre.

In today's show, Dr. DeGrandpre talks about how measuring changes in oceans is made easier with the use of reliable, durable, user-friendly sensors...like Mike's. 

The SAMI ™ – Submersible Autonomous Moored Instrument – measures and logs levels of dissolved chemicals in sea and fresh water...at depths up to 500 meters!  Learn more about it here.