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NEWS & EVENTS

(LtoR) Dr Evin McGovern, Principle Investigator, Marine Institute; Caroline Cusack, Project Manager, Marine Institute; and Dr Peter Croot, Chief Scientist, NUIGalway getting ready for the GOSHIP expedition. Photo Andrew Downes Xposure

part of the Global Oceans Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP)

The RV Celtic Explorer crew members deploy the Lancer boat from the RV Celtic Explorer. Photo Louise Manifold.

during the transatlantic voyage to St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Presenters at VIVALDI information day: L to R: Katrina Campbell (QUB), Me, Isabelle Arzul (IFREMER), Michaela Fox (QUB), Owen Donohoe (NUIG / AIT). Absent was Sharon Lynch from UCC. Photograph Cushla Dromgool-Regan

PreVenting and mItigating farmed biVALve DIseases

AREAS OF ACTIVITY

We undertake, co-ordinate, promote and assist in marine research and development. We also provide services related to research and development that promote economic development, create employment and protect the marine environment. Find out more about any of of primary areas of activity.

INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES

Our laboratory facilities, national research vessels, deep water ROV, marine renewable energy services and unique catchment research facilities provide an essential platform for marine research.

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