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News Flash: Minerva to be at Birmingham Dive Show, NEC, Oct 22-23

Welcome to the Bath University Racing Submarine Team's website.

In the pages on this site you will find information on the races we're gearing up for, as well as on submersibles research in the Ocean Technologies Lab at the University of Bath.

Human Powered Sub
Learn about our human-powered submarines - the SeaBomb which came second in the non-propeller division of the 2007 International Submarine Races in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, the Sulis, our innovative 2009 challenger, which race organisers had to create a whole new division for, and our 2011 speed demon, the Minerva. You'll also find information on this year's team. We're designing a new biomimetic sub, the Ronquil, and overhauling the SeaBomb and Minerva to go for gold in the upcoming 2012 European International Submarine Races!
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
The other half of the team took part for several years in the annual SAUC-E competition. On this page, you'll find information about the autonomous side of BURST, including 2008's silver medalist Hawthorne and the 2011 challenger SeaBiscuit.
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Ocean Technologies Laboratory
  Research on underwater sensors, propulsors and control systems for submersibles and underwater robots being undertaken by Dr. Megill's lab in the Mechanical Engineering Dept.
  Thank you to all of our sponsors - please click here for more info on the support which is making all of this possible!