Cogswell scientist

            Andrew Cogswell is the chief scientist of an expedition using high-tech robotic cameras about 500 meters deeper than they have before off the coast of Newfoundland.  The team has discovered previously unknown marine life forms among which are tulip-shaped sponges and brightly colored corals.  "Finding this many new or rare species in a single mission is extremely exciting," Cogswell said.

About mcogswell2

I am a retired minister of the United Church of Canada. I am currently Editor of the Cogswell Courier, the newsletter of the Cogswell Family Association.
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1 Response to Cogswell scientist

  1. Andrew says:

    This is me! I was searching for family history information when I came across this post. Seems like a lot of work but a great way to keep track of everything Cogswell.

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