This year, the Third International Ocean Colour Science (IOCS2017) Meeting took place 15-18th May in sunny and warm Lisbon, Portugal. Read the event report here.
About Martin Wall
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Entries by Martin Wall
If you are a graduate student, early-stage researcher, or young professional in offshore renewable energy, you are invited to Ireland for the INORE’s annual European Symposium between the 20th and 26th of August.
PhD candidate Aoife Long, of the Biofuels and Bioenergy Research Group, produced, directed and starred in a video to Dance her PhD.
MARINET 2 aims to provide greater access to testing infrastructures across Europe, and is driven to improve the quality of testing internationally through standardisation of testing and staff exchange programmes.
Techcentral.ie recently interviewed MaREI Principle Investigator Professor John Ringwood. Read about what he has to say in this article.
By Sarah Twomey The Celtic Seas Partnership was an international project funded by LIFE+, the EU’s funding instrument for the environment. It brought together, governments, sea-users and scientists to find new ways of managing the marine environment to secure a sustainable future for our valuable marine economy and to protect our precious seas. […]
MARINERG-i will produce a scientific and business plan for an integrated European Research Infrastructure, designed to facilitate the future growth and development of the Offshore Renewable Energy sector.
MaREI wins the Excellence in Marine Research Award at the Marine Industry Awards held during the annual Seafest celebrations.
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MaREI Researcher Sophie Power is attending Climate KIC’s Summer School 2017. Here is her latest blog on her experiences and what she is learning.
Supporting Implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Celtic Seas (SIMCelt) is a two-year project that aims to enhance cross-border cooperation between Member States on the implementation of the Marine Spatial Planning Directive (MSP).
At the recent EVER (Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies) conference in Monaco http://conference.evermonaco.com/, from 11 to 13 of April, there were three papers presented from MaREI researchers. These were: Offshore Renewable Energy Systems: Solutions for Reduction in Operational Costs Romano Capocci, Gerard Dooly, Daniel Toal Applying Hardware-in-the-Loop capabilities to an ocean renewable energy device […]
The primary focus of MARISMA is on implementing Marine Spatial Planning (MSP), a process which guides when and where human activities occur in the ocean.
“Pioneers into practice” is a mobility program that encourages moving out of your comfort zone and learn about new approaches and opportunities emanating from climate change challenges. MaREI researcher Alessia Elia is taking part during the summer 2017.
Future Earth Coasts is a ‘community’ of organisations, scientists and practitioners from all disciplines of science, engineering, the humanities and law whose work addresses Global Environmental Change, contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and social learning.
Professor Tony Lewis is interviewed by The Irish Times
The MaREI coordinated project, SIMCelt will have its final project meeting on 28/29 November 2017 in Liverpool.
With over 500 delegates in attendance and over 100 papers presented, the EWTEC Conference hosted by MaREI was a massive success. Congratulations to all involved. Take a look at some of the highlights here.
Sarah is an Ocean Governance PhD student focusing on stakeholder participation in governance processes in complex transboundary marine contexts.
This episode of the That’s What She Said Podcast features Ashley Bennison and Cian Luck, two marine ecologists from the Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy, Cork, Ireland. Ash gained his MSc in Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Exeter and after working with Siberian Jays in Swedish Lapland, moved to UCC where he has […]
The Sprint programme at UCC is celebrating its second year with a new cohort of potential startups including MaREI researchers Gerry Sutton and Michael O’Connor.
Distributed Testing Infrastructures United To Create An Integrated Centre For Delivering Offshore Renewable Energy
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MaREI have released a new position paper outlining the benefits and prospects of Green Gas. Find out more here.