Marine Science & Technology News
This event is open to all and will be hybrid taking place at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton and online using Zoom.
With less than three months until Ocean Business 2023, more details can be revealed about the Training and Demonstration programme, one of the main attractions of the global technology and science exhibition for marine industries.
Registration is now open for Ocean Business 2023, the global technology and science exhibition for marine industries.
Houlder Navigator research highlights ineffective collaboration as a key barrier to the decarbonisation of shipping
State-of-the-art simulator transforms research and development into marine and maritime installations
A state-of-the-art facility which could play a critical role in the global offshore renewable energy sector and clean maritime has been installed at the University of Plymouth.
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is today announcing that Brian Johnson of BAE Systems has been elected as its new Chair after Russell Gould of Hensoldt UK, stepped down. Brian has a strong history with SMI having been Chair of the Maritime Defence & Security Group and more recently an elected board member.
Held for the first time in September 2019, the Maritime UK Awards are run by the industry for the benefit of the industry. From a judging panel of internationally recognised maritime leaders to an awards evening at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hull, the Maritime UK Awards are a unique and impactful way to showcase your business, and collectively, to celebrate a thriving sector.
The global ocean technology community will reunite in Southampton in April as Ocean Business, one of the leading shows for marine industries, launches its 2023 edition.
The Marine Technology Education Consortium (MTEC) is a Masters level programme jointly run by Newcastle University, University of Southampton and University College London, all renowned in the field of maritime technology. It is designed for those who are in full-time employment and wish to up-skill. The MSc is accredited, contributing towards Chartered Engineering status.
To meet the industry’s growing demand for lower carbon emissions, capacity and prolonged offshore operations, BMT is introducing its new fully hybrid propulsion 32m Crew Transfer Vessel design to what is already an extensive range of designs.
Marine Autonomy Challenge (MAChallenge)
This exciting challenge is open to teams of students studying at UK universities. The first phase involves a video submission and the finals take place in November this year. Each qualifying team will be provided with an industry simulator to enable them to build the autonomous behaviours required to achieve a series of challenges.Enter Now