Foras na Mara

Preaseisiúintí Archive 2021

Dr Ciaran Kelly, Director of Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services at the Marine Institute
Nollaig 7, 2021

Cuntas ar stoc chun tacú le hinbhuanaitheacht ár bhfarraigí

The French company SEABER, demonstrated the YUCO micro-AUV, a micro Autonomous Underwater Vehicle, which is an unmanned, untethered vehicle that collects oceanographic data in coastal environments.
Samhain 5, 2021

Tá Faireachlann SmartBay ar cheann d’áiseanna taighde eolaíochta muirí náisiúnta na hÉireann.

Explorers Education Programme Expands to all Coastal Counties with a Strong Marine Outreach team
Meán Fómhair 23, 2021

Now delivering modules to primary schools in all of Ireland’s coastal counties.

Bjørnsen family and friends discover the treasures inside the mini-boat 'Seoltóir Na Gaillimhe – the Galway Sailor’, after discovering it washed up on Bunes Beach above the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten Islands, in Norway. Photograph: Mr Lars Bjørnsen
Lúnasa 31, 2021

After travelling over 3,000km from Irish waters in the Atlantic to Norway.

The Status of Ireland’s Climate
Lúnasa 12, 2021

• Long term observations in Ireland provide important insights on the causes and consequences of Climate Change;
• Increases in atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have been observed in Ireland, and reflect the...

The ocean glider being deployed from the RV Celtic Explorer.
Lúnasa 3, 2021

Ocean tracking of Atlantic salmon extends to 600km

HABscope
Iúil 8, 2021

to detect harmful algal bloom species (HABs) in Irish waters.

Dr Edel O’Connor, Business Development Manager, Irish Maritime Development Office.
Meitheamh 15, 2021

The Marine Institute celebrates the diversity of its people. In the video animations and Q&A profile, our people share their study and career paths, the work they do at the Marine Institute and the important contribution their work delivers...

A calm Wild Atlantic Way at Galway Bay
Meitheamh 11, 2021

Aigéin na Foghlama – Fócas ar Thaighde

Galway Bay
Meitheamh 10, 2021

Ireland’s marine sector looks forward in final week of Oceans of Learning series

Crashing waves, Bray beach, Wicklow. Photo Cr CoastMonkey photography
Meitheamh 9, 2021

Marine Institute’s Oceans of Learning Podcast features Ocean Leaders

Glenn Nolan, Marine Institute
Meitheamh 8, 2021

The Marine Institute celebrates the diversity of its people. In the video animations and Q&A profile, our people share their study and career paths, the work they do at the Marine Institute and the important contribution their work delivers...

Weather buoy. Picture Credit Kieran Adlum, Marine Institute
Meitheamh 3, 2021

Our ocean and climate explored in Oceans of Learning series

Fishing boats and cages, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. Photo Credit Coast Monkey Photography
Bealtaine 27, 2021

Oceans of Learning explores Ireland’s blue economy

Roxanne Duncan, Marine Institute
Bealtaine 25, 2021

The Marine Institute celebrates the diversity of its people. In the video animations and Q&A profile, our people share their study and career paths, the work they do at the Marine Institute and the important contribution their work delivers...

Mick Gillooly, Joint Acting CEO Marine Institute
Bealtaine 24, 2021

IRELAND POSITIONS ITSELF AS WORLD LEADER IN MARITIME RESEARCH

Padraic Creedon, Explorers outreach officer based at Galway Atlantaquaria in Galway is filmed while preparing activities that will be provided as part of the Explorers CPD teachers training course in July 2021.
Bealtaine 12, 2021

In collaboration with five education supports centres including Galway, Blackrock – Dublin, Waterford, West Cork and Tralee in July.

Explorers Education Project features in the new European Blue School handbook
Aibreán 12, 2021

Our Ocean - Marine Legends, Fairy Tales and Folklore in Ireland

M6 Data buoy. Photo Credit Tomas Szumski, Marine Institute
Márta 23, 2021

20 Bliain a bhunaithe á cheiliúradh ag Líonra Breathnóireachta Baoithe Sonraí Muirí na hÉireann ar an Lá Domhanda Meitéareolaíochta

Bursar Call 2021 Image credit Tom Szumski
Feabhra 9, 2021

View the bursaries available and get the application form in by the 26th February.