News Archive 2020
A Changing Ocean Climate
Connecting children, parents, teachers and the media with the seashore in Ireland.
The IFISH project is encouraging fishers to participate in the project and assist in developing a useful information sharing tool for the industry.
Our Atlantic Ocean
ASTRAL (All Atlantic Ocean Sustainable, Profitable and Resilient Aquaculture).
They recently took part in the Marine Institute Explorers Education Programme.
New resources for primary school teachers and children.
New research led by scientists at University College Cork
For Top Tourist Attraction in Ireland.
through a pilot captive breeding programme based at the Marine Institute's Newport Research Facility in Co Mayo.
aims to develop a suite of post primary educational resources in the field of marine renewable energy.
Ireland is in the sweetest "Goldilocks zone" when it comes to marine resources.
using the EMSO SmartBay Observatory.
Inspiring Ireland and its people to safeguard and harness our ocean wealth.
Increasing our understanding of our ocean wealth, not just in Ireland but further afield.
INFOMAR has achieved global recognition.
The Marine Institute funded the National Marine Biodiscovery Laboratory in Ireland (NMBLI)
Fish have long been part of the human diet and often considered as 'brain food'.
due to the presence of toxins.
Sea water is known to have benefits for the skin and has been shown to have a positive effect on mental health.
the ocean can also help people with particular health conditions.
published in the Surface Ocean Carbon Atlas (SOCAT).
now open for Bookings.
to observe and understand how our ocean is changing.
Fish Health Unit Report of Activities Undertaken in 2018 and 2019.
Support implementation of Ireland's National Marine Planning Framework.
Ocean Ecosystems and Climate
With poetry, myths and legends, colouring and drawing activities.
Ports and shipping the focus of Oceans of Learning series
Ireland and Wales join forces to show case their coastal lives and the impact of climate change.
Fourteen online drawing classes.
Aquaculture research is an important element of the work carried out at the Marine Institute's Newport Research Facility.
In collaboration with PLOCAN (Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands) in Spain.
SeaFest has been shortlisted for a prestigious national PR award.
Promoting the UN's World Oceans Day theme of innovation for a sustainable ocean.
Aquaculture is the farming of animals in the water.
Scientists at the Marine Institute assess Nephrops populations by carrying out Underwater TV Surveys
supported by a range of scientific programmes.
Call for proposals from academic institutions to host Cullen Scholars.
Irish Marine Data Buoy Observation Network
The SEA-SEIS project.
to support their stay-at-home learning
National Workplace Wellbeing Day is a nationwide campaign designed to help improve employee wellbeing.
by sharing a selection of poems that celebrate the power of our seas and oceans.
A joint partnership between the Department of Geography at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUIM) and Ireland’s marine mapping programme INFOMAR.
Teaching children about the marine in the classroom.
Taking the temperature of the Atlantic
Our ocean is our greatest natural resource
With 65 years of Burrishoole research.
Participated in a range of activities at the headquarters in Oranmore, Galway.
Cuireadh fáilte roimh chúigear scoláire is fiche as Maigh Eo, Gaillimh, Ros Comáin, an Clár, Cill Dara, Cairlinn, Baile Átha Cliath agus Sligeach chuig an séú clár bliantúil ag Foras na Mara le haghaidh sheachtain na hIdirbhliana (24 - 28 Feabhra...
Dírítear ar ról ríthábhachtach an aigéin inár saol agus na gníomhartha chun é a chosaint do ghlúnta sa todhchaí.
No matter how far you live from the shore, the ocean affects our lives
14 & 15 May 2020, Cork, Ireland.
Almost 70% of the women working at the Marine Institute work in science and research
Successful data collection in 2020 fishery will underpin potential for future years
Organisations required to achieve a 33% reduction in energy usage by the end of 2020.
Experts in shark biology, data and mapping recently met at the Marine Institute's headquarters in Oranmore, Co Galway.
Tom Rossiter is a PhD student at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
View the bursaries available and get the application form in by the 12th February.