Tag Archives: marine biology

Youngest Scuba Diver in the UK Hired as Scientific Sales Engineer

Surrey-based Planet Ocean Ltd Has hired Aaron Clark to its sales team as a technical scientific sales engineer to be based at its Camberley headquarters. Clark graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a bachelor’s of science degree with honors in marine biology. He is a keen scuba diver, qualifying as one of the youngest scuba divers in the U.K., after having been selected

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$40 Million Available for Marine Labs and Biological Field Stations

The National Science Foundation (NSF) plans to award a total of $40 million to between 50 and 80 different projects in program areas that include improvements to biological field stations, marine laboratories and cyberinfrastructure for biological research. This grant program, facilitated under the Division of Biological Infrastructure at NSF, has been offered before, and funding now continues into fiscal year

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Interdisciplinary Maritime Robotics Workshop Continues in Croatia

Breaking the Surface (BTS) is an international interdisciplinary field workshop of maritime robotics and applications held in Biograd na moru, Croatia Oct. 1-8 and supported by the Embassy of the United States Zagreb–Croatia and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Zagreb. The annual BtS summer workshop encourages interaction and the exchange of knowledge and experience about the maritime robotics field and its

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