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University of Warwick Competing to Develop the World’s Fastest Human Powered Submarine

Posted By Elliot Chang On April 3, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Green Transportation,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

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Engineering students at the University of Warwick [1] are developing what could very well be the world’s fastest human-powered submarine [2]! The vehicle is dubbed the HPS Shakespeare and it will attempt to beat the speed record of 8.08 mph currently held by a team from Montreal. The Warwick team is led by Dr Ian Tuersley and it includes students from around the world.

+ University of Warwick [1]

Via Damn Geeky [3]

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[1] University of Warwick: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/

[2] human-powered submarine: http://inhabitat.com/french-engineers-design-a-pedal-powered-submarine/

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