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and information on the global ocean technology industry.
Washington Maritime Blue invites you to spend an evening getting to know the founders in all its venture programs.
Deadline for entries for the Society for Underwater Technology's Gwyn Griffiths Underwater Robotics Award is May 1.
Alfa Laval will host the Marine Innovation Summit online March 28 to explore the path toward a decarbonized future.
"Too Much Sea for Their Decks" by Michael Schumacher chronicles shipwrecked schooners, wooden freighters, early steel-hulled steamers, passenger vessels, whalebacks
The countdown to Ocean Business 2023, the global technology and science exhibition for marine industries, is now on. The three-day
The International Energy Agency Ocean Energy Systems (IEA-OES) has published its highly anticipated 2022 Annual Report comprising an overview of
Falmouth Marine School (FMS) will lead an event at the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, U.K., March 23 to explore
The new head of the U.S. Coast Guard discussed new technologies, including offshore wind turbines and increased commercial space operations,
The Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW) conference will take place in Washington, D.C., and virtually June 6 to 8.
Weathernews has developed ANEMOI, a new service for offshore wind power businesses and construction companies designed to provide wind and
Ocergy has announced that its pilot OCG-Data Blue Oracle is now anchored 30km offshore Leucate in the Occitanie region of
Eni has completed the installation of the world’s first Inertial Sea Wave Energy Converter (ISWEC) device connected to the electricity
The World Economic Forum’s Blue Food Partnership has launched a Global Sustainable Aquaculture Roadmap at the Our Ocean Conference in
Finnish marine technology group Wärtsilä has received its first order for carbon capture and storage (CSS)-ready scrubbers for delivery in
Dr. Joseph Dituri is spending 100 days submerged at Jules’s Undersea Lodge in Key Largo during the Project NEPTUNE 100
ABS has granted approval in principle (AiP) to Value Maritime for its carbon capture system (CCS) on board seagoing vessels.
MARAD is making $12,423,000 available through the United States Marine Highway Program (USMHP). Application deadline is April 28.
This year, MTS offers scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $2,500. Deadline to apply is April 15.
ASL Environmental Sciences has announced the successful field trials of a new prototype split-beam sonar in the Saanich Inlet near
Jeff Guy, Joe Lorenz and Kwin Morris have set a goal to cross Lake Ontario on standup paddleboards in June
Innovasea has helped Benguela Blue Aqua Farming secure permits to raise Atlantic salmon in net pens off the coast of
The most notable change is a new feature called a Personal Chart Catalog that enables users to save, share and
Anschütz has evolved its SYNTACS product into a system of systems for critical infrastructure and coastal protection, according to the
Teledyne FLIR's new Ladybug6 360-degree camera is now in full production for applications that require high-accuracy imaging, such as high-definition
Damen Shipyards Group has delivered a cutter suction dredger CSD500 to MAR Marine & Building Contractor LLC, a United Arab
It’s been almost 38 years since the remains of the RMS Titanic were first discovered lying on the ocean floor.
Scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) are investigating the potential climate change mitigation benefits of farming seaweed alongside offshore wind
OceanTools Limited, a world leading subsea engineering company based in Aberdeen Scotland, are delighted to announce the new appointment of
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has launched its newest student section in Alexandria, Egypt, to support
The new stabilized Leica HawkEye-5 bathymetric LiDAR sensor increases flight efficiency by up to 25 percent for detailed data capture
Norwegian service operation vessel provider and operator Edda Wind has launched a daughter craft crew transfer vessel (CTV) designed by
SubSLAM is a real-time intelligent data collection system that delivers 4K resolution video with simultaneous high-quality live 3D dense point
EOLOS, a provider of metocean data for the offshore wind industry, has released details of extreme conditions passing by Jindo,
The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has announced that the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM)
TotalEnergies has been awarded two licenses to explore CO2 storage potential in the Danish North Sea. The licenses are located
After over 18 months in operation, having repaired over 150 rain-damaged onshore wind turbine blades in the U.S., Canada, South
The UK’s Natural Environment Research Council’s BIO-Carbon program will use robots to study the various ways carbon dioxide is stored
A standardized vessel data set for noon reports has been launched by the Smart Maritime Council that can be freely
NOAA Fisheries is seeking nominations by March 13, 2023 to fill vacancies on the Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee, which advises
NIHF seeks candidates whose patented work is extraordinary in their field, is in widespread use and is having a major
Panda 15i (12-kW/15-kVA) marine generators have been chosen for 18 newbuild MST HPB-1500 high-speed patrol craft for the UK &
Washington Maritime Blue has chosen its first cohort for the One Ocean Innovation Accelerator, an intensive mentor-based 12-week program focused
Nominations for the NOIA Safety in Seas Awards are due February 24.
Marinetrans and other maritime companies are supporting the foiling hydrogen boat project of the Delft Technical University student team that
A future Pathfinder-class oceanographic survey ship with the U.S. Navy will be named after University of Rhode Island Professor Robert
RELiON Battery has launched its enhanced RB100-HP lithium battery for starting and cycling of marine and RV applications.
The Nature Conservancy has launched the new Southeast Marine Mapping Tool, a digital tool that allows decision makers to draw
A fifth liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) dual-fuel very large LPG and liquefied ammonia gas carrier (VLGC) vessel has been ordered
This exhibition marks 350 years since the arrival at the Queen's House in Greenwich of Willem van de Velde the
IMarEST is inviting marine professionals to showcase their working life as part of a competition to inform and inspire the
SOMAG AG Jena has launched the new RSM 50, a compact and cost-effective gimbal that offers top-notch stabilization for customers
A new Offshore Wind Innovation Hub has opened in Brooklyn, New York, providing a tech incubator-type environment to help startups
Four U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) cadets have been awarded with Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships for exemplary work
Technology from the new Houston-based biotech company GeOME Analytics has contributed to the sequencing of about 50 percent of the
TOPODRONE has synchronized airborne photogrammetry and LiDAR and bathymetric surveying methods to study a floating solar farm at the request
Sea-Changers' Coastal Fountain Fund is accepting applications until February 28 from organizations that want to install a water bottle refill
The board of directors of Acteon Group Ltd., a global provider of services to the renewable, infrastructure and oil and
Bureau Veritas (BV) has delivered an approval in principle to Oceans of Energy for its system design of a high-wave
Bayonet Ocean Vehicles has appointed Dylan Hess as sales engineer.
An option to request the installation of a battery hybrid system on board the multi-purpose support vessel (MPSV) Stril Server