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Posted: 28 September 2020
Registration is now open for the National Oceanography Centre’s Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase (MATS) 2020, which will be held as a virtual event for the first time from 10–12...
Posted: 25 September 2020
RRS Discovery returning to her home port of Southampton The Royal Research Ships James Cook and Discovery are cautiously resuming scientific research expeditions following the suspension of the Marine Facilities Programme earlier in the year due to Covid-...
Posted: 18 September 2020
This week, scientists from the NOC attended the annual ICOS Science Conference, which brought together over 1000 researchers working to measure greenhouse gas emissions across Europe. In one of...
Posted: 18 September 2020
New research provides the first clear observational evidence of how salinity is linked between the Arctic and the North Atlantic. NOC scientist and lead author, Dr Cristian Florindo-Lopez, said...
Posted: 17 September 2020
Kevin Horsburgh, Ed Hill, Angela Hibbert and Amanda Solloway outside the NOC in Liverpool Yesterday we welcomed Amanda Solloway, Minster for Science, Research and Innovation, to our Liverpool office, which is home to advanced engineering labs, world-class ocean modelling, and the British...
Posted: 16 September 2020
Image from @TheNMMC on Twitter HRH The Princess Royal with NOCs Ed HIll and Tammy Horton in the monsters of the deep exhibition Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, undertook an official visit to National Maritime Museum Cornwall on Wednesday to celebrate the most ambitious exhibition in the Museum’s history,...
Posted: 15 September 2020
RRS <em>James Cook</em> at a snowy mooring in Halifax, Nova Scotia. An ambitious scoping project, led by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), has launched today to investigate how to move towards low or zero-carbon oceanographic research. The aim of the NZOC (...
Posted: 11 September 2020
Research published this week shows that treating drinking water reduced the number of microplastic particles per litre by 99.99%. One of the co-authors, Dr Alice Horton from the NOC, said “...
Posted: 11 September 2020
WireWall equipment being tested as waves over top the sea wall The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) has today awarded the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) one of seven individual grants that will use cutting-edge digital technology to advance...
Posted: 7 September 2020
The NOC has contributed to a new study by NASA, published in Nature, which reveals new insights into the processes driving ocean sea level variations for over a century, helping us prepare for the...
Posted: 7 September 2020
RRS Discovery at sea A new sea going bursary has been set up to enable students and early career scientists, including from developing countries who are keen to become involved in the field of marine science or...
Posted: 3 September 2020
Glider deployment in Tanzania A new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the National Oceanography Centre starts 5 October and is now open for registration. This free online course, Ocean Science in Action: Addressing Marine...