Cartlann Nuachta & Imeachtaí
The recent publication of the SEAS-ERA Legacy Report (August, 2014) brings to a successful conclusion the 4 year Work Programme of the SEAS-ERA Network, a consortium of 21 European
Irish shipping and port activity rose by 2% in the second quarter of 2014 when compared to the corresponding period of 2013, according to the latest quarterly iShip Index* published today by the Ir
Over the financial and planning period 2007-2013, 111 Irish research groups (including SMEs) have participated in 210 competitive EU-funded marine projects; winning over €70 million in grant-aid.
Innovative methods and technology used by marine scientists provide a new way of looking at submarine landslide scarps on Rockall Bank.
Convention will improve working and living conditions for ship workers making the maritime sector more socially responsible.
Local Primary school teachers in Galway have just finished a week-long training course (1st – 5th July) on how to incorporate marine studies into their schools through fun activities and projects.
ESB WestWave, an Irish project developing Ireland's wave energy potential, has been awarded €23 million by the European Commission.
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar has announced that Dublin Port Company has paid a dividend of €8 million to the State based on its financial results for the year ended 31 De
Minister kick-starts Maritime Safety Strategy Consultation 134 maritime fatalities since 2002 – half of them as a result of leisure pursuits