Marine Science

CMA CGM Slashes Fleet CO2 Emissions by 50%

 CMA CGM, a leading worldwide shipping Group, is pleased to announce a 50% improvement in its CO2 performance for its owned fleet. Thanks to an efficient environmental

Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist?

The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has launched an illustrated book for 10- to 14-year-olds aimed at growing interest in the variety of careers on offer under the waves.

BWM Convention Doesn't Resolve U.S. Issues - ICS

ICS notes that the IMO Secretary General has announced that the Ballast Water Management Convention will enter into force worldwide from 24 November 2016, following

Need to Cut Cost for Barent Sea Development - DNV GL Study

  OG21 today received the DNV GL study of technologies that should be developed for year-round oil and gas production at 74 degrees North in the Norwegian Barents Sea.

Ballast Water Management in the Field Put to the Test

Turner Designs, along with scientists from around the world participated in a research cruise aboard the RV Meteor, a vessel owned by the Federal Republic of Germany

Los Angeles to Host Annual 'Fleet Week'

  Mayor Eric Garcetti and U.S. Navy officials announced today that Los Angeles has been selected as an official Fleet Week market for the U.S. Navy, beginning in 2016.

MANSA, NMIS Ink MOU for Skill Development

  Mumbai and Nhava-Sheva Ship-Agents Association (MANSA) and Narottam Morarjee Institute of shipping (NMIS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding for lauching a

Shipping’s Stake in an Ocean Clean-Up

The Nor-Shipping 2015 Young Entrepreneur Winner shows the way forward. Drawn from the palace for the event, the King of Norway looks more solemn than many are used to seeing him,

The Voice: Frederic Terral, CEO & President, Brand Architecture Inc.

Next month in San Diego The Maritime Alliance will convene its seventh Blue Tech & Blue Economy Summit, an event which brings together a small group of highly influential

SUPR-REMUS: The Next Generation of Plankton Sampling

A vast number of marine animals live a sedentary existence or with limited mobility as adults. For these individuals, it is the dispersal of larvae that determines

New Ships Join the US Research Fleet

The nation’s newest oceanographic research vessel, the R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR 27), has completed acceptance trials, and the U.S. Navy turned the ship over to

Cammell Laird Seals the Deal for UK Polar Ship

The deal has been finalized for marine and engineering services company Cammell Laird to begin work on the U.K.’s new £200 million polar research ship.   The

Wärtsilä Propulsion for Antarctic Icebreaker

A new Polar Logistics Vessel being built for Terre Australes et Antarctiques Françaises (TAAF) and the French Polar Institute (IPEV), and which will be operated by the French Navy,

U.S. loses WTO Appeal in Mexican Tuna Dispute

  The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body ruled against the United States on Friday in a dispute with Mexico over tuna labelling, upholding an earlier ruling issued in April that found U.

Warm Water Mixing up Life in Arctic

  AWI researchers’ unique 15-year observation series reveals how sensitive marine ecosystems in polar regions are to change The warming of arctic waters in

Initiative Allows Pupils to Delve into the Underwater World

Subsea UK has been working with education bodies and teachers to create a resource which will capture the interest and imagination of primary pupils in science subjects.

Virtual 'Dolphins’ Make Marine Robotic Software a Success

Software that could better enable a fleet of robotic vehicles to work together to perform tasks such as seeking and tracking whales and dolphins, has been successfully trialled in Loch Earn, Scotland.

MOL Adopts Thermal Imaging System for Coal Carriers

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today announced the introduction of the FLIR C2 thermal imaging system commercialized by FLIR Systems Japan K.K. on MOL Group-operated coal carriers.

U.S., Cuba Collaborate on MPA Conservation, Management

Less than a hundred miles south of the reefs and mangrove forests of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary lay the marine ecosystems of Cuba. Though managed by different nations,

Learning About Underwater Science

The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is hosting its annual Christmas lecture events next month which will provide hundreds of school pupils with an exciting

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