• DOT ocean tech

    COVE Marks First Year

    COVE marks its one-year anniversary of operation with the addition of Dartmouth Ocean Technologies Inc. (DOT), the 58th company to join the facility. DOT is focused on delivering ocean sensor

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  • Richard Khaira-Creswell

    AXYS New Metocean Hire

    AXYS has appointed Richard Khaira-Creswell as the director of the Project Management Office (PMO) and senior principal metocean engineer.    The PMO at AXYS coordinates efforts company-wide to help the

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  • Darren Penney

    MacArtney Canada Gets New Head of Item Sales

    Darren E. Penney started as the head of Item Sales for Central and Eastern Canada for MacArtney Canada Ltd. in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, in October. Penney brings with him 20

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  • ASNE scholarships

    Apply for an ASNE Scholarship

    Calling all undergraduate and graduate students: The American Society of Naval Engineer’s Scholarship Application submissions are officially open for the 2020 to 2021 academic year. ASNE awards $4,000 in both

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  • TerraSond survey Mayflower Wind

    First Geophysical Survey for Mayflower Wind

    TerraSond, an Acteon company, has completed a high-resolution geophysical survey for Mayflower Wind, a joint venture between Shell New Energies US LLC and EDPR Offshore North America LLC. The two-month campaign,

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  • Poggy AUV

    SEAMOUNT ‘Poggy’ Bionic AUV

    EvoLogics GmbH from Berlin, Germany, has introduced “Poggy,” a novel bionic AUV that uses Fin-Ray technology. The vehicle is being developed as part of the BONUS SEAMOUNT collaborative R&D project.

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  • Richard Byno slide

    New Director of Marine Ops at TDI-Brooks

    TDI-Brooks has hired Richard Byno III, PMP, to lead vessel operations and activities as the director of marine operations. He has served in the United States Marine Corps, where he

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  • Neptunes Laboratory slide

    Neptune’s Laboratory: Fantasy, Fear, and Science at Sea

    A eyewitness to profound change affecting marine environments on the Newfoundland coast, Antony Adler argues that the history of our relationship with the ocean lies as much in what we

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  • Supercables slide

    Super Cables Are Coming

    Subsea cable technology has developed since its inception in the 1850s, morphing from copper to coax and, most recently, to fiber. Now, a new approach evolving from fiber will develop

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  • Washington Maritime Blue slide

    Apply for Washington State Maritime Accelerator

    Washington Maritime Blue, the Port of Seattle and WeWork Labs have partnered to launch Washington’s first maritime accelerator to help maritime companies innovate and grow. The accelerator, which is accepting applications

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