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MaRINET2 to fund offshore renewables testing

Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network launches second call for applications through MaRINET2 project...

Scientists spot rare beaked whales off Irish coast

MaREI Marine Ecologists amongst team who locate important habitat of elusive deep diving beaked whales off the West Coast...

Study on Puffins Population Decline

MaREI's international research collaboration on puffins found that long-distance travel may be contributing to Irish puffin decline...

Serious rise in Irish greenhouse gas emissions

The State could face European Union fines of more than €450 million in 2020 for missing legally binding targets on reducing greenhouse gas emissions...

MaREI awarded funding to address barriers to a thriving Blue Economy

MaREI Research Fellow Dr. Anne Marie O'Hagan has been awarded funding to lead an expert team on Ocean Law and Marine Governance...
MaREI researchers with the Black Rock mini boat

MaREI Students Recover Mini Boat launched by school in the United States

The UL MaREI team has recovered a stranded mini boat Black Rock from the rocky shores of Doolin, Co. Clare which was originally launched by a school from Swan Island...

MaREI Director Jerry Murphy featured in Silicon Republic

Prof Jerry Murphy, director of the MaREI centre in Cork, believes we need new solutions to our urgent energy demands....

MaREI Citizen Science Project Launched on BBC Autumnwatch

Collaborative citizen science project 'Seabirdwatch' launched to help monitor declining seabird populations...

New directors steer MaREI’s vision for Ireland as energy leader

MaREI has appointed UCC professors Brian Ó Gallachóir and Jerry Murphy as its new co-directors...

‘For wave and tidal potential, geography is definitely on our side’

Professor Tony Lewis is interviewed by The Irish Times

EWTEC Conference A Huge Success

  With over 500 delegates in attendance and over…

MaREI at SeaFest

MaREI and Galway Atlantaquaria teamed up to present an interactive exhibit ‘Discover Oceans of Energy’ at SeaFest...