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Marine Institute says NO to plastic in our seas at the Ploughing Championships

Galway's Marine Institute is going to the National Ploughing Championships this week to highlight the terrible impact of plastics in our oceans. Together with Leave...

Galway’s Marine Institute hosts international researchers in marine biodiversity conference

The Marine Institute recently hosted a workshop at its Oranmore headquarters where researchers from Ireland and around the world shared the latest gains of...

Marine Institute abuzz with efforts to protect bees and wildflowers

The Marine Institute is joining the movement to protect endangered bees and wildflowers by converting a third of its green areas to wildflower meadows. The...

GMIT launches four new Marine Science scholarships

GMIT has announced the creation of four new scholarships for PhD students studying marine science and biodiversity conservation in the west of Ireland. The Cullen...

NUIG and GMIT receive €500k for marine science scholarships

NUI Galway and GMIT have been awarded half in million in grant aid funding for PhD scholarships organised by Galway's Marine Institute. Funding has been...

Coastal and marine tourism could help jump start the sector

Coast and Marine tourism could hold enormous value to help the sector get back on its feet coming out of the Covid-19 crisis a...

Seven marine tech projects win funding for Galway Bay testing

Galway's Marine Institute has awarded funding to seven projects by universities, institutes of technology, and private enterprises testing marine technology in Galway Bay. The Marine...

Contract awarded to design cutting edge marine research ship

The Marine Institute has chosen Norwegian ship design consultants Skipsteknisk AS to design a new cutting edge marine research ship that will be based...

Significant upgrades announced for weather predicting marine buoy network

A significant expansion is in the works for the weather monitoring Marine Data Buoy Network in a year of storms. Galway's Marine Institute manages the...

Marine scientists gather in Galway to promote ocean observatories

Ocean scientists from all over Europe gathered at Galway's Marine Institute this week to promote the importance of ocean observatories. Over 70 of the top...

New programme for international Marine Science students dives into life in Galway Bay

International Marine Biology students will get an in-depth look at life in Galway Bay and beyond as part of a new tailor made programme...

Marine scientists sample deep sea life in search of new medical drugs

Marine Scientists from NUI Galway have recently returned from an expedition to source new pharmaceuticals from deep sea sponges on the very edge of...

Galway TD launches new marine report as part of SeaFest

Galway West TD Seán Kyne this morning launched the latest NUI Galway report as part of Ireland’s national maritime festival ‘SeaFest’. Minister Sean Kyne, with Minister for...

Kraken coming to the beach in Galway

Release the Kraken on the beaches of Galway this summer, but in a way that's fun for the whole family. Galway's Marine Institute is hosting...

Galway schools exploring the health of our oceans

Two Galway primary schools have been chosen to take part in a new national competition on improving awareness of the health of our oceans. Scoil...

Skippers sought for Bluefin Tuna catch-and-release programme

The 2022 Atlantic Bluefin Tuna catch-and-release survey is opening to experienced anglers this month to gather data on the prized fish. In the past three...

Ring out the year with Galway City Museum

Many people won't want to hit the pubs, or visit friends this New Year's Eve, but there are still things to do out on...

Unmanned submersible tested in Galway Bay

Galway's high-tech SmartBay Observatory in Galway Bay was recently used as the testing ground for some advanced submersible technology. The French company SEABER, demonstrated their...

A different kind of Squid game

It's not the hit Netflix series, but Galway's Marine Institute thinks there's a lot of cool stuff that young kids would love to learn...

Galway school’s mini boat found 3,000km from home

Students of Kilglass National School in Ahascragh undertook an epic sea voyage without ever having to leave home, courtesy of the unmanned mini sailboat...

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