Cartlann Nuachta & Imeachtaí
A team of scientists led by Dr Ruth Plets, School of Environmental Sciences at Ulster University, aboard the Marine Institute's Celtic Voyager research vessel has revealed detailed images of World
Minister McHugh welcomes very significant interest in new authorisations for oil and gas exploration in Ireland’s offshore area.
A €3.5m programme of works with photo-friendly marker points and interpretation panels will improve visitor experiences along the route.
Maynooth University and Aquamarine Power collaborate to accelerate development of commercial wave energy technology.
A new report on the Economic Impact of the Irish Bio-Economy was launched in Dublin today, Wednesday, 9 September at the RDS in Dublin.
A dense bloom of a potentially fish killing species of algae was detected off the SW coast on Saturday 23rd of August in the Dunmanus Bay area.
The 2015 Irish Maritime Forum will look at “Success through synergy – an innovative & dynamic approach to the future” by exploring the ocean of opportunities that exist within the sector and co
Defence Minister Simon Coveney today [26th August] launched the Government’s new White Paper on Defence at an event in Dublin Castle.
A significant piece of ocean research infrastructure was brought to fruition with the completion of the Galway Bay underwater ocean observatory over the weekend.