Researchers find that teamwork helps jellies jet around the ocean

Scientists now know why jellyfish-like salps swimming together move better than a single salp pulsing solo. That information, says UO marine biologist Kelly Sutherland, could guide the development of jet-propelled underwater vehicles.

Researchers find that teamwork helps jellies jet around the ocean

Scientists now know why jellyfish-like salps swimming together move better than a single salp pulsing solo. That information, says UO marine biologist Kelly Sutherland, could guide the development ...

Tue 8 Aug 17 from Phys.org

Jellyfish-like salps swim together to jet around the ocean

Researchers based at the University of Oregon have found that when small marine invertebrates called salps swim in a colony, they can time their jets so that the whole colony moves at a constant ...

Wed 9 Aug 17 from Daily Mail

Teamwork key to ocean travel for jellies

Salps, a jelly fish-like, gelatinous marine invertebrate, can navigate ocean waters more efficiently in large numbers than by themselves.

Tue 8 Aug 17 from UPI

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