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BRINGING WIRELESS POWER TO THE WORLD
"If you can make something better, smaller and faster, then why not do it?”
Kris McNeil, President
ENGINEERING THE FUTURE
As CEO and co-founder of EMSAT, Dan Brake is driven by entrepreneurship and innovation.
From 3-D images of icebergs to harnessing the curative powers of seaweed, one entrepreneur’s determined journey to international success in physical oceanography.
SAVING LIVES AT SEA
Randy Billard is translating a passion for fluid dynamics into an opportunity to help people survive offshore emergencies.
REVERSE-ENGINEERING THE OCEAN
ONE INNOVATOR’S PRACTICAL APPROACH TO HARNESS WAVES FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
April 16, 2015
Brussels, 16 April 2015 - The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney T.D. today joined with Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, and Karmenu Vella, Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affa
April 15, 2015
Armed with a formal education in how to protect the marine environment and develop solutions to manage marine resources, Tiffany Martin is committed to opening minds across the province to the importance of marine sustainability, the challenges faced by the oceans sector and the exciting career opportunities available here at home.
April 6, 2015
(Providence, Rhode Island, April 3, 2015) Some three dozen city government and business leaders announced the start of a “cluster development” study they hope will help convince new companies to locate in Providence by determining which locations in the city are best suited to various types of businesses.
March 28, 2015
EVERY TIME HE WENT TO HIS HOTEL ROOM KRIS MCNEIL FACED THE FRUSTRATION OF untangling a shopping bag full of wires. A software developer for a St. John’s-based start-up company, McNeil found himself wearing many hats, including product management and sales for the local company that did a lot of business in New York and California. At the time, Bluetooth and other wireless technology was simplifying data transmission, “but I still had to deal with a ball of power cords,” he recalls.