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ICE-STEEL IMPACT IN ARCTIC OPERATIONS
by wade on June 13, 2013
Increased interest in oil and gas exploration, and shipping in the arctic has highlighted the need to better understand impact forces between ice and steel structures, and to improve the tools that are used to design ships and offshore structures for year-round Arctic operations.
CFP FOR CANADA-ISRAEL ENERGY S&T FUND
by wade on May 3, 2013
The Canada-Israel Industrial R&D Foundation (CIIRDF) is pleased to announce the first Call for Proposals (CFP) for the Canada-Israel Energy S&T Fund (CIEST Fund).
The CIEST Fund invites Canadian and Israeli companies and academic researchers to cooperate on the research, development and commercialization of innovative energy technologies and processes.
by wade on March 11, 2013
Pro-dive Marine Services is steaming ahead in Eastern Canada. When I was in Newfoundland last October for the fifth Underwater Conference it seemed too good an opportunity to miss not to spend some time with one of the leading diving contractors based there, Pro-Dive Marine Services.
LOCAL INNOVATIONS MAKE INTERNATIONAL HEADLINES
by wade on March 5, 2013
C-CORE was the world’s first research and development organization to use altimeter data to detect icebergs. Virtual Marine Technology developed the first freefall lifeboat training facility, and the list goes on. Published in 13 international-circulation trade magazines, 33 articles highlighting ocean technology innovations in Newfoundland and Labrador, plus 11 blog entries, have made headlines around the world over the past three-and-a-half years, thanks to the City of St. John’s Ocean Technology Media Program (OTMP). Read more.