Projects

MaREI has achieved significant success in EU and national funding programmes, which facilitates our cooperation with numerous partners from industry, academia and government across 31 countries. MaREI’s portfolio of projects demonstrates our successful track record in high-impact collaborative research, comprising our participation – as partner and coordinator – in all pillars of H2020, as well as in all strands of INTERREG, and the programmes of other European agencies.

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DIIS

The Deep Institutional Innovation for Sustainability and Human Development (DIIS) project aims to lay the foundations for a critique and reimagining of the major social institutions in society.

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JONAS

JONAS is an INTERREG Atlantic Area-funded project that brings together partners from Ireland, UK, France, Portugal, and Spain to address the transboundary issue of underwater noise.

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Imagining2050

Imagining 2050 will engage with civic society using innovative approaches, to explore and co-develop future visions of, and pathways to, a low carbon and climate resilient future.

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TURNKEY RETROFIT

The Turnkey Retrofit project aims to develop a homeowner-centric renovation service, transforming the complex and fragmented renovation process into a simple, straightforward and attractive process. 

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Coastal Communities Adapting Together

The CCAT project aims to support coastal communities in Fingal (Ireland) and Pembrokeshire (Wales) in understanding climate change and how to adapt.

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XROTOR

XROTOR is a €4m project 3-year project coordinated by the University of Strathclyde which aims to develop an X-shaped radical offshore wind turbine for overall cost of energy reduction.

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SATURN: Solutions At Underwater Radiated Noise

SATURN is a Horizon 2020-funded project that brings together leading experts from a variety of disciplines to address the negative impacts of ocean noise on marine species.

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