The Explorers Education Programme reached a record number of children and teachers in 2017
No name Archive 2017
The Marine Institute's RV Celtic Voyager celebrates 20 years of service July 1997-2017
PRIMROSE three year project is worth 2.7 Million Euro.
relating to national marine research, technology, development and innovation.
Ireland's biggest and most spectacular maritime festival
SAVE THE DATE
In 2017 the Marine Institute awarded €108,000 in grant-aid funding.
An information day, 'Sustainable Growth in the Atlantic Area: H2020 – A Key Investment Driver,' on the new 2018-2020…
Such jelly fish incursions are natural phenomena.
during a recent survey on the RV Celtic Voyager near the Rockall Trough
highlighting the impact and value of Ireland’s national seabed mapping programme.
Along with Anna-Louise Costello & Cólaiste Éinde Choirs.
Celebrating Science Week is really easy, and you can get involved in lots of different ways.
Please attend a meeting near you.
Increased level of marine ideas for both.
Plus a new shellfish safety reporting website was launched at the end of the summer.
The INvertebrateIT consortium consists of seven partners from five European countries.
Four vacancies on the Board of the Marine Institute
Peter Heffernan, Chief Executive of the Irish Marine Institute, and François Jacq, CEO of Ifremer, have signed an…
Ophelia brings unusual surge event to Galway
Spiddal School Science Project to understand our seas ends up in Scottish Waters
European Marine Board meet in Galway to further knowledge of the ocean through marine science and innovation.
Due to dangerous weather conditions due to the approach of 'Ophelia'.
A new wave of transatlantic cooperation for Ireland & Canada
Ocean & Environmental awareness
MaREI Centre for Marine & Renewable Energy recently released a short fun animation...
when compared to the corresponding period of 2016.
"Build Your Own Unknown"...
and were joined by the BBC "One Show" for the 2nd leg
Track the Lancer to see where it will end up? It may be near you?
The ROV team have concluded a search operation at the R116 accident site.
‘Soapbox Science’ comes to Galway
Ireland's marine economy is outperforming Ireland's general economy
Building community relationships in Ireland & empowering young people
Recognising the heroism of the men & women of our rescue services
At the unique exhibition on Roald Amundsen's expedition to the South Pole
Driving opportunities of a Connected Ocean for Ireland’s Offshore Economy
Highlights the expeditions of the first Polar Explorer to navigate the South Pole
Using the Marine Institute's remotely operated vehicle ROV Holland I
Learn more about how research is carried out at sea
“How Pollution is Changing the Ocean’s Chemistry”,
to create a better understanding of cod mortality, abundance...
Galway, Friday, 30th June - Sunday, 2nd July. Galway will be the place to be...
Onboard the RV Celtic Voyager, off the south-east coast of Ireland.
Ireland’s national maritime festival - Friday 30th of June to Sunday 2nd of July.
during the transatlantic voyage to St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
PreVenting and mItigating farmed biVALve DIseases
Launch of the Irish Maritime Transport Economist report.
Friday, 30th June - Sunday, 02nd July...
Galway, 30th June – 02nd July 2017
There will be loads to do and see for everyone in Galway, at Ireland's Maritime Festival, 30th June - 2nd July 2017…
Galway gets ready for SeaFest 2017, 30th June - 2nd July
gathering data from the ocean...
Tom Kelley to stimulate innovative thinking...
An exciting and challenging opportunity to manage one of six service groups within the Marine Institute.
“Build your own Unknown"
A full programme of marine related activities was planned...
Her Excellency Else Berit Eikeland and Dr Peter Heffernan, CEO
Irish consumption remains strong while bulk traffic contracts
Féile spraíúil agus saor
Exotic lobster finds itself new home in Galway
Bringing the ocean to the classroom...
See you in Galway. Save the date: June 30th - July 2nd.
Ross Sea to become world's largest marine protected area.