5 Finalist Teams Announced!
Teams advance in global competition to develop innovative ocean pH sensor technology to turn the tide on ocean health.What we don't know about the ocean could fill an ocean
Rising CO2 Levels are leading to ocean acidification threatening marine life, coral and usAnnouncing the xprize ocean initiative
XPRIZE commits to tackling ocean health, exploration and conservation by announcing its intent to launch three additional ocean prizes
A $2 million competition to help
heal our oceans
The Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE promises to improve our understanding of how CO2 emissions are affecting ocean acidification, with breakthrough sensors that can help us begin the process of healing our oceans.Learn more about the competition
- we don’t know what will happen to phytoplankton that produce our oxygen
- we don’t know what will happen to marine ecosystems that put food on our tables
- we don’t know what will happen to coral reefs that protect our coasts
Media MentionsMay 22, 2015
As the Internet of Things inches its way into every corner of our lives, no one would blame you for rolling your eyes at the suggestion that even a surfboard should be embedded with sensors and smartphone connectivity.May 14, 2015
Some of the world's top scientists are working to create a PH sensor technology that's both affordable and capable of going to the extreme depths of the ocean.May 5, 2015
Five teams are still in the running to potentially win more than $1 million for sensors designed to help measure one of the most widespread but mysterious aspects of global warming: the oceans’ changing chemistry.