OCEAN TECH PARTNERSHIPS IN THE EU

Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, EU's Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, to provide OA members with insight into benefits of Horizon 2020.

Fri. Sept. 12, 2014.


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THE ARCTIC MARINE CORRIDOR

The biggest obstacle to tapping $1 trillion in recoverable Arctic oil and gas reserves is lack of reliable hydrographic charts. Enter Karl Kenny and the charting revolution.


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Technology Sector Directory

The companies, institutions and R&D institutes of OceansAdvance's ocean technology cluster are active in these sectors...


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OCEANS 14 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration opened May 14.

There are already 130 booths committed & organizers are preparing for 1200 delegates from around the globe.


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NEWS

SEEKING OUT INNOVATION PARTNERS IN BRAZIL

August 20, 2014

(St. John's, NL: 19 August 2014) One of the many benefits of joining the provincial delegation to the NavalShore 2014 Conference in Rio de Janeiro was the opportunity to identify potential international “innovation partners” that could add value to the local ocean technology cluster in Newfoundland and Labrador.  
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HOLYROOD - A WHOLE LOT MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY TOWN

August 19, 2014

If you are wondering where you’ve seen that handsome gentleman staring back at you from the front cover of Progress Magazine, Vol. 21 No. 04, wonder no more. It’s Gary Corbett, Chief Administrative Officer with the Town of Holyrood, a member of OceansAdvance, and a key proponent of OHI (the Oceans Holyrood Initiative) founded in 2013 to, “foster, enable and accelerate an ocean technology Community of Practice in the Holyrood region.”  
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BLOG

HUGE WAVES DETECTED IN ARCTIC WATERS FOR THE FIRST TIME

August 6, 2014

A wave gauge deployed in the Beaufort Sea two years ago is recording  unprecedented wave heights in western Arctic waters. In one instance during a September storm.  the waves reared as high as five metres. "That's a lot bigger than anything previously recorded up there," wrote University of Washington researcher Jim Thomson in a blog post about the results.

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RDC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED IN JULY 2014

July 22, 2014

St. John's, NL, 17 July 2014   Fraser H. Edison
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