Foras na Mara

Nuacht & Imeachtaí Archive 2020

The Marine Institute's Remotely Operated Vehicle - ROV Holland 1
Nuacht :
Feabhra 19, 2020

No matter how far you live from the shore, the ocean affects our lives

Eimear Manning from Global Action Plan Ireland, dissects a squid with primary students from Virgin Mary GNS, Ballymun, Dublin. Eimear is sharing her love for the ocean by delivering the Marine Institute's Explorers Education marine project module for the first time on Valentine's Day.
Feabhra 14, 2020

Highlighting the importance of children engaging in our ocean.

Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science at the Marine Institute
Nuacht :
Feabhra 11, 2020

Almost 70% of the women working at the Marine Institute work in science and research

Bluefin Tuna, Donegal Bay. Photo courtesy of David Morrissey and Inland Fisheries Ireland.
Nuacht :
Feabhra 11, 2020

Successful data collection in 2020 fishery will underpin potential for future years

Paul Connolly, CEO of the Marine Institute and Debbi Pedreschi, member of the Marine Institute's Get Greener Team.
Nuacht :
Feabhra 6, 2020

Organisations required to achieve a 33% reduction in energy usage by the end of 2020.

Attendees at the ICES WKSHAKS Workshop in the Marine Institute, Oranmore, Co. Galway.
Nuacht :
Feabhra 5, 2020

Experts in shark biology, data and mapping recently met at the Marine Institute's headquarters in Oranmore, Co Galway.

Tom Rossiter, a PhD student at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway) and a Marine Institute funded Cullen Fellow. Photo Andrew Downes, XPOSURE
Nuacht :
Feabhra 4, 2020

Tom Rossiter is a PhD student at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

APPLY FOR A STAND at European Maritime Day EXPO  European Maritime Day 2020 (Cork, Ireland, 14 &15 May)
Feabhra 3, 2020

European Maritime Day 2020 - Cork, Ireland, 14 and15 May

West and East Coast of Ireland to take part in tandem Beach Clean Up Challenge
Eanáir 29, 2020

East meets West in tandem beach clean challenge

MacDara Flavin (9) from Scoíl Shéamais Naofa, Barna, Galway launches Explorers Pop art and Creative writing competition open to all national primary schools to create a super hero that saves the ocean from climate change.  See explorers.ie.  Funded by the Marine Institute and supported by the Camden Education Trust, and Galway Education Centre. Photography: Andrew Downes – Xposure
Eanáir 27, 2020

Inviting primary school children to use the power of their imagination to save the ocean from climate change.

2019 Migratory Fish Stock Assessment bursar students - Paul and Conor. Photo Danielle Crowley.
Nuacht :
Eanáir 23, 2020

View the bursaries available and get the application form in by the 12th February.

Vera Quinlan with the Argo Float onboard their yacht Danu.
Nuacht :
Eanáir 21, 2020

Argo Floats are deployed across the world's oceans and distribute real-time information.