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Posted: 29 November 2019
The NOC joined an international consortium of 55 partners this week at the inaugural meeting for the new EuroSea project. The 12.6 million Euro, EU funded project, aims to significantly...
Posted: 27 November 2019
A major NOC-led research programme, focused on the Atlantic Ocean, has awarded four fellowships to support early career researcher development. These fellowships will also help address key...
Posted: 26 November 2019
On Monday 2 December, National Oceanography Centre (NOC) scientists, engineers and crew will embark on a research expedition that will see them spend Christmas and New Year sailing through remote...
Posted: 21 November 2019
Last week, NOC hosted the Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase 2019 (MATS2019) in Southampton, which was the fifth annual event focusing on the present and future of marine autonomous...
Posted: 15 November 2019
The usual methods of measuring dependence on fish as a food source at the national level appears to mask coastal community level dependence on fish, according to research by scientists at the...
Posted: 8 November 2019
A new Centre for Satellite Data in Environmental Science (SENSE) will combine industry engagement and world-leading research facilities to train a new cohort of Earth observation leaders with the...
Posted: 6 November 2019
RRS Discovery The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has contributed to a new European Marine Board (EMB) Position Paper, launched today, which provides an overview of the current European research vessel fleet...
Posted: 5 November 2019
Prof Ed Hill, Sir Robert Margetts, John Hirst The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has honoured Sir Robert Margetts CBE for his pivotal role transitioning the NOC from a NERC Research Centre to an independent charitable organisation....
Posted: 5 November 2019
Dr James Hunt looking at tsunami deposits in a core held in BOSCORF At a global scale, tsunamis are relatively infrequent when compared with hurricanes or storm surges, but they are among our most destructive and deadly natural disasters, and their impact...
Posted: 5 November 2019
Scientists and engineers from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) were in Belize last month conducting research as part of an ongoing programme of collaborative multi-disciplinary fieldwork...
Posted: 1 November 2019
Independence for the NOC as it becomes a charity From 1 November 2019 the NOC operates as an independent self-governing organisation – a charitable company limited by guarantee. The move will equip the NOC with the freedoms it needs to...
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