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22 July 2020
Collaboration and scientific research are now more important than ever as we continue to work together to understand and protect our "One Shared Ocean, One Shared Future". This week's Oceans of...
21 July 2020
On 15 July 2020, the European Commission and the European External Action Service launched a targeted consultation to assess development needs and options for the EU’s international ocean governance...
13 July 2020
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Barry Cowen T.D, on 10 July met in the Department offices in Tullamore, by video link, with Fisheries Commissioner Virginius Sinkevičius for the...
13 July 2020
How we monitor, analyse and understand the changes in our ocean climate was the focus of Oceans of Learning in the week commencing 6 July. This ocean climate work is vital in providing the basis for...
3 July 2020
The Marine Institute is pleased to announce a call for proposals for a Senior Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Ocean Ecosystems and Climate for a duration of five years. This fellowship is designed to...
1 July 2020
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Barry Cowen T.D. today announced €3.4 million in new investment by 15 aquaculture enterprises, with his Department’s European Maritime and Fisheries...
1 July 2020
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Barry Cowen T.D., on 30 June chaired his first meeting of the Food Wise 2025 High Level Implementation Committee (HLIC) to discuss the ongoing...
26 June 2020
The importance of Ireland's ports and shipping services are the focus of this week's Oceans of Learning series. The Marine Institute and partners are celebrating our world's shared ocean and our...
23 June 2020
Coastal Communities are the focus this week on the Marine Institute's Oceans of Learning series. The Marine Institute and partners are celebrating our world's shared ocean and our connection to the...
17 June 2020
In Ireland, 1.9 million people live within 5km of the coast and many communities along the Irish coast depend on industries such as tourism, fishing and aquaculture. Furthermore, there is now...

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