Innovators:

ON THE BRIDGE OF RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY

When he was younger Glenn Blackwood wanted to be Jacques Cousteau.Today, as head of the Marine Institute, Blackwood  has established his own reputation on the International Stage.


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Iceberg Wranglers

Zhi Li and his Memorial University research team are developing technology to help offshore industry manage icebergs.


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TAKING THE LEAD IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Chelsie Archibald, Manager of Field Programming for the Oceans Learning Partnership, taking the lead in experiential learning for young people.


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DEEP SEA DREAMER

After exploring the Marianas Trench with James Cameron, innovator and engineer Adam Gobi has deep hopes for oceans innovation in NL.


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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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NEWS

FORMER HEAD OF OCEANSADVANCE HONOURED WITH COMMISSIONED PORTRAIT

December 11, 2014

Family, friends and former colleagues gathered at the Marine Institute on Ridge Road in St. John's, Wed., December 3,to celebrate the unveiling of a portrait of Les O’Reilly, former Executive Director of MI and immediate past executive director of OceansAdvance. The portrait, by Carl Stevenson (a former instructor at MI), was a tribute to O'Reilly for his many years of service and dedication to the Institute, its students and its staff.
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NEW $6.8-MILLION R&D CENTRE OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN ST. JOHN'S

December 8, 2014

(St. John's, NL: 5  Dec. 2014) Construction of a new offshore research and development centre at Memorial University is complete, paving the way for increased collaborative research focused on solving technical challenges facing Newfoundland and Labrador industries.   
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SURFING THE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA WAVE

December 11, 2014

There’s a look of satisfaction on Dan Brake’s face as he holds out his cell phone, “There’s so much technology in this thing. The technology in this would cost $100,000 fifteen years ago and now we carry it around in our pocket. It is a heck of a lot more than just a phone,” he says, grinning widely. As a long-time technology aficionado, Brake has surfed the digital wave around the world before returning to Newfoundland and Labrador to establish his own successful company.  
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SubC IMAGING GRADUATES WITH HONOURS

December 8, 2014

(St. John's, NL; 05 Dec. 2014) An ocean technology company started in 2010 was recognized for its innovative products and rapid growth at a special graduation ceremony at Memorial University of Newfoundland's(MUN) St. John’s campus Thursday.
SubC Imaging produces cameras and digital relays, with the aim of meeting the video, image and lighting requirements of offshore enterprises. Its products are used in remote vehicle manufacturing, for deep sea mining and in oil service work.
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