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The semifinalists for the $7 million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE have been announced. The teams advancing will test their entries
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The Florida Manatee Bowl will be held this Friday and Saturday, February 17 and 18, at FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic
Martek Marine has launched iVital, a telemedicine service that could lead to annual industry-wide savings of up to $168 million. At
A new study based in Sarasota Bay, Florida, concludes that wild dolphins are more likely to be injured if humans
If you're interested in a career in ocean industries and will be in San Diego February 14 to 16, come
Jamaica launched its bid to be elected to Category C of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council last Thursday (February
A 6,000-ton, 371-ft. former cargo vessel has been sunk to create an artificial reef in the Gulf of Mexico 67
Want to have your say on the next U.S. Ocean Science Plan? If you're in New Orleans February 8, you
In our July 2015 issue, we ran a fascinating piece by Dr. Peter A. Swan on the Space Elevator. It
The Port of San Diego has initiated an Oyster Nursery Research Project as part of efforts to explore new aquaculture
Unique Group, an integrated subsea and offshore solution provider, is investing almost €2 million in an innovative healthcare division to
The 2017 NOIA (National Ocean Industries Association) Safety in Seas Awards competition is still open--with only two days left to submit nominations.
The 2018 National Sea Grant College Program Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship competition is now open. Students enrolled
DNV GL and Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt have signed a contract to carry out Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) certifications
Melting sea ice is stirring major business and political interest in the polar regions. To address this, the IMO put
Every year during the austral summer (when it's winter in North America), satellite imagery reveals a wide belt of unusually
Our January 2017 issue is out! It's out Annual Review & Forecast, featuring insightful articles from thought leaders in government
Plastic debris in the oceans is a growing problem, and Procter & Gamble is getting in on a solution by
NOAA is proposing to designate two new marine sanctuaries: a 1,075-sq. mi. area of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin and a
A group from Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma has found that engineered floating wetlands show
Harris Corp. employee volunteers developed an oyster bagging machine to help restore and preserve the Indian River Lagoon in Florida.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is offering its first-ever trade mission to Cuba April 3 to 6, 2017 to
Check out this video demonstrating the Silverstream air lubrication system for vessels. Noah Silberschmidt wrote in our October 2016 issue
The ocean is estimated to be worth $24 trillion in assets. It needs to be healthy in order for us
Tomorrow is Inauguration Day, but before the sun sets completely on the Obama Administration, let's take a look at one
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