The Dauphin Island Sea Lab (DISL) is proud to announce the recent completion of its newest research facility- a multi-stressor wet lab. This water-based research facility is at the forefront of research facilities in the United States. It will expand the research opportunities for students, faculty, and visiting researchers at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
Science & Technology
San Diego-based ocean technology, engineering and science event, Oceanology International Americas (OiA) announces a Canada Pavilion in which businesses from the USA’s northern neighbor will showcase a thriving ocean technology sector.
Scientists at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have acquired a second Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robot. The Seaeye Falcon is used to conduct surveys of marine fish and invertebrates in Washington’s Puget Sound, where some rockfish populations were fished to levels that threatened extinction.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has prepared a resource assessment of the seabed minerals on the Norwegian shelf.
International maritime logistics provider Marinetrans is now partner of the foiling hydrogen boat project of Delft Technical University.
Teledyne Marine announces selling and delivering three Webb Slocum gliders to the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ). NIOZ conducts multidisciplinary applied marine research to address major scientific questions about our oceans and seas.
SOMAG AG Jena announces the launch of the new RSM 50, a compact and cost-effective gim-bal that offers top-notch stabilization for customers who want to get the most out of their sensor to achieve a high-quality and reliable data basis.