News

Have your say in what the skills shortages are in the marine industry before 6th January 2019

The UK marine industry has long dealt with a wide range of skills shortages. And over the years many...

New Marine Technologies qualifications available from September

Bournemouth and Poole College in collaboration with Bournemouth University have announced the develo...

Events

Wave Energy Converter Meet the Buyer event, 24th January 2019, Falmouth

Marine-i will host a ‘Meet the Buyer’ workshop on 24 January to showcase the development of AMOG Con...

Free Grant Writing Breakfast Briefing workshop, 5th February 2019, Southampton

SETsquared, the Enterprise Collaboration between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southamp...

Current Projects - COLUMBUS: Knowledge Transfer for Blue Growth

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Find out why marine research is so important for all our lives via the COLUMBUS film...

COLUMBUS which is an EU funded project looking to capitalise on the European Commission's investment in marine and maritime research has put together a short but very illuminating film demonstrating the importance of marine research on all our lives.

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COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer Good Practice Guide available to download...

The EU funded COLUMBUS project on Knowledge Transfer has published its Good Practice Guide to the Use and sharing
of marine observations and data by industry.

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COLUMBUS: Knowledge Transfer for Blue Growth...

The marine environment constitutes two-thirds of our planet and offers huge potential for citizens' well-being, with extensive resources that form the basis for many economic activities. Europe is emerging from the worst financial crisis in recent history and rebuilding our economy demands that we identify sustainable opportunities for jobs and economic growth. The ocean is a source of food, water, energy and raw materials; a medium for tourism, transport and commerce; and, can provide solutions to many societal challenges. Nevertheless the ocean is neither inexhaustible nor immune to damage. Marine and maritime research has a critical role to play in developing our understanding of the seas and advancing technology so that we can grow their economic potential in a sustainable manner. However, key substantial research results are not always known or exploited when they could be of use to marine and maritime stakeholders (e.g. scientists and policymakers).

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