Marine Institute

Press Releases Archive 2020

One Shared Ocean, One Shared Future
July 22, 2020

Collaboration and scientific research are now more important than ever.

Join Kathy Sullivan in conversation with broadcaster Pat Kenny
July 21, 2020

Join Kathy Sullivan in conversation with broadcaster Pat Kenny.

Kathy Sullivan
July 16, 2020

An exclusive Irish interview

The Cliffs of Moher are amongst the most impressive coastlines in the world, and one of Ireland's top tourist attractions, drawing almost one million visitors every year.
June 16, 2020

One of the key industries contributing to Ireland’s ocean and coastal economies is tourism and leisure.

Shark nursery discovery
June 10, 2020

Oceans of Learning highlights Ireland’s Marine Biodiversity

What the sea means to you competition. Photo Andrew Downes, XPOSURE
June 8, 2020

#Sea to Me competition launched to coincide with World Oceans Day

The Marine Institute's Remotely Operated Vehicle - ROV Holland 1
June 3, 2020

Marine Institute's Oceans of Learning series.

My Explorers Seashore Guide Work Book published on International biological diversity day
May 22, 2020

Published by the Marine Institute's Explorers Education Programme.

Oceans of learning resources online at marine.ie
April 3, 2020

Explore Ireland's marine resource

Dr Paul Connolly, CEO of the Marine Institute and All-Ireland Ocean Youth Ambassador, Eimear Manning, met with The Duke and Duchess at Howth, North County Dublin. Image Cr Julien Behal Photography
March 4, 2020

Focus on vital role of the ocean in our everyday lives and actions to safeguard it for future generations

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
January 27, 2020

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