Press Releases Archive 2020
NUI Galway and Marine Institute partnership.
Dr Niall McDonough
National Marine Research & Innovation Strategy 2017-2021
Marine Institute Launch Festive Challenge to Save Lives at Sea
7 new Cullen PhD Scholarships to run over the next four years.
St. Augustine's N.S. Clontuskert, from County Galway.
The warming of lake temperatures across Ireland and central Europe poses major risk to rare Arctic charr fish populations which date back to before last Ice Age.
The Marine Institute is also encouraging children to get creative and colour in a picture of the RV Celtic Explorer.
The Marine Institute provides a broad range of dedicated marine scientists that make a valuable contribution to the work of ICES.
This new vessel will enable Ireland to develop the best scientific advice possible.
The public feedback gathered will inform Ireland's Seascape Character Assessment Report.
The Marine Institute will join forces with international ocean.
Restore our Ocean and Waters to the European Commission.
looking for Trash and Treasures on the Seashore.
Climate change research in the Arctic on board the RV Celtic Explorer
EU Mission Citizen Survey opens in Ireland
Collaboration and scientific research are now more important than ever.
Join Kathy Sullivan in conversation with broadcaster Pat Kenny.
An exclusive Irish interview
along South West and West coasts.
One of the key industries contributing to Ireland’s ocean and coastal economies is tourism and leisure.
Oceans of Learning highlights Ireland’s Marine Biodiversity
#Sea to Me competition launched to coincide with World Oceans Day
Marine Institute's Oceans of Learning series.
Published by the Marine Institute's Explorers Education Programme.
Oceans of Learning Series to showcase and celebrate our seas online.
Explore Ireland's marine resource
Focus on vital role of the ocean in our everyday lives and actions to safeguard it for future generations
Inviting primary school children to use the power of their imagination to save the ocean from climate change.