Marine Science

Kongsberg Tech for Peruvian Arctic Research Vessel

Kongsberg Maritime has been chosen to deliver an integrated subsea technology systems package including two HUGIN Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) for a new

FIO’s New Research Vessel Enters Build Phase

 The 78’ research vessel designed and engineered by Boksa Marine Design (BMD) in 2015 is headed to the building phase beginning in June.   BMD contracted with

Drones Detect Sharks in Intercoastal Waters

Researchers from Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill are testing the ability of drones to detect sharks in coastal waterways.   In a collaborative study funded by North Carolina Aquariums,

A Tool for Advancing Environmental Academic Research

Researchers at the Institute of Oceanology in Qingdao, China, are using the Signature55 current profiler to improve the understanding of El Niño and advance their environmental academic research.

Wood Group Develops Advanced Analytics Capability with CeADA

Wood Group today announced that it is collaborating with the Centre for Applied Data Analytics (CeADAR), located at University College Dublin (UCD), to launch a

Z-Boat Shipped to University of Washington Tacoma

Teledyne Oceanscience Z-boat 1800-RP to survey in remote locations for University of Washington Tacoma   Teledyne Oceanscience has shipped a custom Z-Boat 1800-RP

Ocean, Space-themed Missions for MATE ROV Competition

Local students participating in Great Lakes Regional MATE ROV Competition are preparing for journeys to the depths of the Earth’s oceans and the farthest reaches of Europa,

Report on Health of Seagrass in Cleveland Bay

Port of Townsville Limited (POTL) has released the 2015 Annual Seagrass Health Survey carried out in Cleveland Bay during 2015. The survey, commissioned annually since 2007 at a cost of around $70,

Research Vessel Polarstern Returns to Bremerhaven

Antarctic season ends in the homeport after half a year Bremerhaven / Germany, 11 May 2016. on Wednesday, 11 May 2016, the research vessel Polarstern is expected

BSEE, USCG Respond Oil Spill in GoM

The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) and the U.S. Coast Guard are responding to a two mile by thirteen mile sheen in the Gulf of Mexico, approximately

Oil-hungry Bacteria Could Clean Up Next Big Oil Spill

Heriot-Watt scientists have cracked the genetic code of the marine bacteria which helped ‘eat’ the oil spilled in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, information which

Red Tide Outbreak Widens in Threat to Fishing Industry

A "red tide" outbreak is widening in southern Chile's fishing-rich waters, the government said on Wednesday, deepening what is already believed to be one of the

IRClass Unveils IR-HULL Software

New software evaluates strength and scantling compliance for sea-going steel ships IRClass, the Indian classification society, today announced the release of its new technical software, IR-HULL.

Rolls-Royce Designs UK's New Polar Research Vessel

Cammell Laird has selected a Rolls-Royce design for the U.K.’s future polar research ship, which, when built, will be one of the most advanced scientific maritime vessels ever constructed.

Mozambique's Tuna Fleet Rusts as an African Success Story Fades

 The 24 fishing boats rusting in the harbour of Mozambique's capital were meant to be a modern tuna fleet that would rake in hard currency, create jobs and provide

Australia Fighting Invasive Carp with 'Koi Herpes'

Scientists from Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) are testing to determine the safety and suitability of the candidate

New Integrated Vessel and ROV Solution

Eergy industry specialists join forces to bring a new integrated vessel and ROV package to market   Gardline Geosurvey Ltd and Neptune have entered into a partnership

Acoustic Devices Aid Researchers and Marine Scientists

Attempting to relocate underwater objects in open ocean or a low visibility environment can be a difficult and time-consuming task. Acoustic pingers and transponders help to solve this problem.

ICS Pushing For Balanced Update of York Antwerp Rules

At the Comité Maritime International (CMI) Conference, in New York this week, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) will be pressing to ensure that the proposed

Aydin Marine Debuts Multi-Touch K-17T

Aydin Marine – the manufacturer of industry-leading, type-approved displays, computers and peripherals, announced today the release of a 17-inch multi-touch, sunlight-readable

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