energy resilience in the built environment
ESRI – MaREI Climate Action Conference
Presentations are now available which showcase the findings from a number of collaborative research projects between UCC and the ESRI, undertaken within MaREI
Prof. Brian Ó Gallachóir – Centre Director
Prof. Jerry Murphy – Centre Director
Dr. Gillian Bruton – Centre Manager
JONAS is an Atlantic Area project addressing threats to biodiversity from underwater noise pollution through better monitoring & risk management. MaREI is leading WP 1: Coordination and WP 2: Communication.
Making waves in offshore wind energy.
MaREI’s Jimmy Murphy talks to the Sunday Business Post on our work in offshore renewable energy.
IBEC release major new report outlining a vision for 2050 that would see Ireland have a smart, low carbon economy
This roadmap was produced in consultation with MaREI’s energy policy and modelling team
Irish puffins go with the flow!
Irish puffins tracked by GPS reveal they have adapted their behaviour to use tides when foraging
Collaboration Opportunities for a Thriving Maritime Economy
This event is about finding opportunities to collaborate and opportunities to drive business development
@scienceirel Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine hosted by @UCC. We have over 200 researchers in twelve 3rd level institutions
Ever wondered what a sea snail sees? Take a look at this 360° immersive video from a seashore snail’s point of view by our researcher @TidalTopography. Click and drag to get different views of a rocky shore and its inhabitants. 🐌youtube.com/watch?v=EkDcO8… Retweeted by MaREI 1 day ago
Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy
5 days ago
Irish puffins tracked by GPS reveal they have adapted their behaviour to use tides when foraging!They have completely dispensed with the need to fly between patches of food, instead using strong tidal currents in the Irish Sea to move them between patches of fish. ... See MoreSee Less
Irish puffins go with the flow! - MaREI
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