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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...

Funding earmarked to build Marine Institute’s new state of the art research ship

Funding has been earmarked in Budget 2021 for the construction of a new state of the art marine research ship which will be based...

GMIT and partners awarded €4.4 million for marine science Erasmus programme

GMIT and its international partners have been awarded €4.4 million in EU funding under the EU Erasmus+ programme for 2020 to continue the International...

Underwater earthquakes and whale songs – Atlantic seismometers return to Galway

The groaning of the earth in underwater earthquakes and the the songs of great baleen whales in the North Atlantic are some of the...

Pollution and stuffed birds – ethical taxidermy in marine science

GMIT is finding a novel way to highlight the impact that marine pollution is having on wildlife by using stuffed animals to highlight to...

When is a smartphone a key tool for Irish fishermen?

We all have at least one app on our smartphone that just makes your day to day life that much easier, but what would...

Study finds octopus skin gets more warty the deeper they live

It's commonly accepted that you shouldn't judge someone based on their appearance, but you can tell a lot about an octopus by how warty...

Composer and writer Ailís Ní Ríain discovers a bold new world at sea

Ailís Ní Ríain, a contemporary classical composer and writer, spent three weeks at sea this August on board the Marine Institute’s RV Celtic Explorer searching for...

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...

NUIG students plough the ocean waves aboard the Celtic Explorer

Scientists and students from NUIG's Ryan Institute spent a day on the seas aboard the RV Celtic Explorer for Ocean Sampling Day 2019. Ocean Sampling Day...

Galway’s Marine Institute encourages young women to pursue a future in science

The Marine Institute here in Galway recently played host to a group of enquiring TY students in a visit meant to encourage young women...

Major ocean conference in Galway highlights maritime heritage

A major Ocean conference that took place in Galway this week highlighted Ireland's maritime heritage and its role in our future.

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...

German composer makes music from the ocean on Celtic Explorer expedition

A boundary pushing artistic programme in Galway that looks to ocean exploration and marine science for inspiration finished up a great year aboard 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...

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...

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...
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