From Sept. 17 to 19, scientists from NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Marine Imaging...
The United Kingdom and Norway will co-host the Ocean Thematic Centre within ICOS, Integrated Carbon Observation System. ICOS is a research...
The new Swedish oceangoing research vessel R/V Svea is fully equipped with Scantrol control systems for ¬¬¬¬the electrical Ibercisa trawl and...
As part of the Monitoring for Environment and Security in Africa (MESA) program, funded by the European Union and implemented by Mauritius...
About five years ago “the Blob” of warm ocean water disrupted the West Coast marine ecosystem and depressed salmon returns. Now, a new expanse of...
Clariant has opened its next High Throughput Experimentation (HTE) Laboratory in Houston, Texas - the energy capital of the United States.
In August 2019, L3Harris Unmanned Maritime Systems (UMS) demonstrated its industry-leading Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) technology at a workshop...
Liquid Robotics, a leader in long-duration unmanned surface vehicles, is introducing its newest Wave Glider, featuring advancements to shoreside...
Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspection and certification services, is using cutting edge technology to reduce costs for clients –...
Aberdeen-headquartered asset integrity management firm IMRANDD is set to launch Advanced Inspection Data Analytics (AIDA), a tool which has the...
The Port of Laayoune (El Aaiun) is located in Morocco, servicing the city of Laayoune which is a hub for fishing and for phosphate mining in the...
OSIL have successfully completed sea acceptance tests aboard the MV Xue Long 2 on an OSIL 22m Giant Piston Corer system in the South China Sea,...
Yesterday, at the gathering of G7 leaders in Biarritz, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada would commit over $2 million CAD...

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