Innovators: Press Releases

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THE FISHING INDUSTRY AND CETA

by wade on October 21, 2013

St. John's, October 18, 2013 -- Fishing Industry Positioned for Unprecedented Growth and Prosperity as a Result of the Agreement-in-Principle Related to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with the European Union
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MARITIME WEEK

by wade on October 21, 2013

The Consulate of Canada in San Diego and The Maritime Alliance (TMA) is encouraging members of the OceasnAdvance community to be aware of series of opportunities taking place at the Southern California Maritime Week, November 2-10, 2013 in San Diego, California:  Read more.

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WOC “SMART FISHING VESSELS” WORKSHOP ADVANCES INDUSTRY DATA COLLECTION

by wade on October 17, 2013

( St. John's, NL, 15 Oct. 2013,) The World Ocean Council (WOC) convened the “Smart Fishing Vessels” workshop here Sept. 29, to expand and improve ocean and atmospheric data collection by fishing vessels. The report is available online here. Read more.

THE NATI COMMERCIALIZATION OFFICER INTERNSHIP AND DIRECTED RESEARCH PROGRAM

by wade on October 7, 2013

(October 07, 2013) With this release NATI is calling for applications to its 52 week cost-shared internship program.The Commercialization Officer Internship and Directed Research Program(COIDRP) is intended to support technology commercialization training and experience for individuals with an appropriate background in business, engineering, science and/or other equivalencies.   Read more.

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PROVINCE RENEWS INVESTMENT IN GRADUATE RESEARCH AT MARINE INSTITUTE

by wade on October 6, 2013

(October 2, 2013) The Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research, a division of the Marine Institute that focuses on advancing fisheries science, will continue to provide research opportunities for graduate students with support from the Provincial Government. The Honourable Derrick Dalley, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, today announced $50,000 will be provided this year to advance graduate research projectsand develop new scientific expertise within the province.
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