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Deep Sea and Marine Research Exhibit in Frankfurt

Senckenberg Museum- Deep Sea. Photography- Marcus Sies

The Senckenberg Natural History Museum in Frankfurt am Main invites visitors to dive into the themes of “Deep Sea and Marine Research.” They will learn about technical challenges and fascinating forms of life. The immersive exhibition experience is the first part of a modular master plan, which was decided on in 2015 and is now being successively implemented. It envisages four large

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Open Call for Marine Renewable Energy Tech Testing

Billia Croo Wave Energy Test Site, Orkney

The fifth and final call for the EU-funded MaRINET2 project is now open.  The project offers free access to a world-leading network of testing and research infrastructures, including EMEC’s test sites. The call is open to offshore energy technology developers, including offshore wind, wave and tidal energy at full system, subsystem, component or sensor level. Following a simple application process,

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Chevron Whitepaper on 2020 Fuel Sulphur Switch

Chevron Marine Lubricants

After over half a year of low-sulphur fuel operations for international shipping, Chevron Marine Lubricants has distilled its experiences of working with new fuels and lubricants into a new whitepaper. “Taking the Temperature of the 2020 fuel sulphur switch” includes findings based on work with ship operators worldwide to manage the transition from traditional high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) to very low-sulphur

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New Marine Engineer at Art Anderson

Jeremy Werner Art Anderson

Art Anderson, a Bremerton, Washington-based multidisciplinary engineering services firm, has hired Jeremy Werner as a naval architect/marine engineer. Werner will work in the firm’s Marine Division. He will carry out design efforts as a team member with senior engineers, architects and designers, and will be responsible for the independent execution of engineering design problems, such as vessel stability, structural analysis

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Hacking4Oceans

Hacking4Oceans

Hacking for the Environment: Oceans and Hacking for Oceans, transformative courses hosted this past spring by the University of California-San Diego and the University of California-Santa Cruz, respectively, are the most recent installment in an international series of classes making waves in higher education. Conceived by Steve Blank, creator of the Lean Startup movement, and (retired) Army Colonels Joe Felter

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