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MARINERG-i ESFRI 2021 roadmap application launch

Will take place in Brussels on 25th September 2019

MaREI to lead €9m project to build floating offshore platform

The project will provide solutions for small island renewable energy, water, and aquaculture

Irish puffins go with the flow!

Irish puffins tracked by GPS reveal they have adapted their behaviour to use tides when foraging

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

ESRI-UCC-MaREI Climate Action Conference

Presentations are now available which show the findings from a number of collaborative research projects between UCC and the ESRI, undertaken within MaREI

New Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre Gets Government Boost

MaREI, in addition to the Australian industry, government and research partners, will be joining partners from New Zealand, Chile, China, Singapore, Norway, Ireland, Belgium, France, Spain and the UK in order to deliver the ambitious research programmes.

MaREI's Professor Frederic Dias inducted into Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

Dias, an applied mathematician at University College Dublin (UCD) and a global leader in fluid dynamics research, has been elected a foreign member of the prestigious Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

St Columbas Girls National School Win ‘Best Overall Project’ in the Port of Cork Schools Initiative 2019

2019 was the first year that Port of Cork teamed up with MaREI to deliver this educational initiative around marine litter.

EERES4WATER

The EERES4WATER project will explore opportunities for the deployment of renewable energy and efficiency measures in the water and waste water sector

Frederic Dias Awarded €2.5 million in ERC Funding to Develop more Accurate Models for Breaking Ocean Waves

Such models could improve wave forecasting models and improve design criteria for ships and offshore structures

Ireland's first zero-emissions bus arrives to MaREI

Passengers on the route became the first in the country to ride the biomethane-powered bus as a viable alternative to current public transport.