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Posted: 22 June 2015
Surface buoy Small to medium sized enterprises and marine technology research institutions can now apply for access to ocean observatories for research, or to test their new product prototypes in the open sea, at...
Posted: 19 June 2015
Depoying a RAPID mooring A decade of research on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), which is important for understanding the climate, reveals some surprising findings about its behaviour. The AMOC is...
Posted: 17 June 2015
Lighthouse In order to save lives at sea, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is joining six research organisations to provide a world-class marine monitoring and forecasting service, which could be used...
Posted: 13 June 2015
National Oceanography Centre in Southampton Two former staff of the National Oceanography Centre have been awarded MBEs for services to marine science. The announcement was made in the Queen’s birthday honours list this month....
Posted: 9 June 2015
The pore network The discovery of a new fundamental rock property will improve estimates of underground resources, such as hydrocarbons and drinking water, as well as CO2 storage reservoir capacity. The revelation...
Posted: 5 June 2015
World Oceans Day Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet is the theme of this year’s World Oceans Day and the National Oceanography Centre couldn’t agree more. “Of course, every day is World Oceans Day at the NOC!”...
Posted: 4 June 2015
Waves An international project aims to enable the next great scientific advances in global marine research by making marine data sets more easily accessible to researchers worldwide. Currently...
Posted: 3 June 2015
Dr Peter Thorne A trio of distinguished NOC scientists have recently had their contribution to oceanography recognised with a promotion, a fellowship and an award. The NOC scientist, Dr Peter Talling has been...