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MaREI Students from Limerick Recover the Black Rock Mini Boat

UL MaREI team has successfully recovered a stranded mini boat Black Rock from the rocky shores of Doolin, Co. Clare. Elementary students from Swan’s Island School launched the mini boat earlier this year and it sailed over the rough Atlantic Ocean for 172 days before getting stranded on the shores of Ireland. Black Rock will be repaired with the help of a local elementary school and sent on her return journey in early 2018.

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MaREI’s Dr. Anne Marie O’Hagan receives Ocean Law and Marine Governance grant.

The Ocean Law and Marine Governance Research Fellowship grant is being made to a partnership project between the MaREI Centre, and UCC School of Law, and is part of a raft of Marine Institute funding grants totalling €3.3 million announced today by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD. 

The funding amounts to €800,000 and will run over four years. Peter Heffernan, CEO of the Marine Institute, said We are delighted that the MaREI Centre and UCC School of Law will be collaborating on this project, which is called Navigate, and will be led and coordinated by Dr Anne Marie OHagan, a Senior Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Marine and Coastal Governance Group in the MaREI Centre. 

More details are available here: https://www.marine.ie/Home/site-area/news-events/press-releases/minister-creed-announces-marine-institute-funding-grants

MaREI’s Dr. Anne Marie O’Hagan receives Ocean Law and Marine Governance grant.

The Ocean Law and Marine Governance Research Fellowship grant is being made to a partnership project between the MaREI Centre, and UCC School of Law, and is part of a raft of Marine Institute funding grants totalling €3.3 million announced today by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD.

The funding amounts to €800,000 and will run over four years. Peter Heffernan, CEO of the Marine Institute, said "We are delighted that the MaREI Centre and UCC School of Law will be collaborating on this project, which is called Navigate, and will be led and coordinated by Dr Anne Marie O'Hagan, a Senior Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Marine and Coastal Governance Group in the MaREI Centre."

More details are available here: www.marine.ie/Home/site-area/news-events/press-releases/minister-creed-announces-marine-institute...
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Sarah TwomeyWell done Anne Marie

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