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Oceanology International North America 2017 Conference

2017-02-14
2017-02-16
Newfoundland

Oceanology International started in the UK and runs every two years. Now in its 47th edition and with a global portfolio of events in London, China and now San Diego, California, it has firmly established itself as the world's leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to speak at the world's leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference, in its first North American edition.

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Marine Renewables Canada 2016 Annual Conference

2016-11-03
2016-11-04
Newfoundland

Now more than ever, the world is looking at clean electricity as a solution to climate change and growth in a new, low carbon economy. The conference takes place on November 3-4, 2016 at Pier 21 on 1055 Marginal Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Read more.

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Arctic Technology Conference 2016

2016-10-24
2016-10-26
Newfoundland

St. John’s is a ideal staging and proving ground for Arctic-related research and offers the global Arctic industry a strategic North Atlantic base of operations on international shipping lanes and northern sea routes. Register now and be at the forefront of Arctic exploration and production. Learn from industry experts to explore the complex environmental, physical and regulatory challenges and opportunities of the Arctic arena.

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Registration is Open for Ocean'16 in Monterey

by admin on August 24, 2016

Taking place at the Portola Plaza Hotel and the Monterey Marriott with plenary sessions at the Golden State Theatre from September 19-22, 2016, registration is open for Oceans'16. Full registration includes access to technical sessions, exhibits, and social events. Read more. Read more.

LOOKNorth Call for Proposals: Monitoring Technologies for the Resource Sector

by admin on August 24, 2016

Since 2012 LOOKNorth has invested over $2.2 million and supported 24 Technology Validation Projects with 34 partners across Canada, leveraging more than $5 million in cash and in-kind support from industry and from other funding bodies. They are now soliciting proposals from small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), researchers and academics based in Canada, for projects that promote commercialization of remote sensing and in-situ monitoring technologies that support sustainable development of Canada’s natural resou Read more.