The NOC will be participating in a massive free public interactive science showcase in Edinburgh in November. UnEarthed, which is being organised by the Natural Environment Research Council, will give families and adults the opportunity to explore the tools used to make science happen, and see the extraordinary work of UK scientists.
Mozambique has significant coastal populations whose lives and economic security are vulnerable to the consequences of climate variability and change. The coast is highly exposed to storm surges, and coastal ecosystems are sensitive to climate change.
The 1st International Workshop on Waves, Storm Surges and Coastal Hazards hosted by the NOC and organised together with Environment Canada and the University of North Florida has been a highly successful event.
A team from the NOC Marine Geology department will be at the British Geological Survey Open Day this Saturday in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, which promises ‘something for rock lovers of all ages – from newbies to experienced earth scientists’.
Adam Schink, the NOC’s Marine Robotics Innovation Centre Manager, will present at Seawork International 2017, on Tuesday 13 June. The session will examine how businesses can engage with the NOC Innovation Centre, explore what funded support is available for collaborative R&D, and discuss how to access specialist expertise and testing facilities.
NOC is proud to be attending and exhibiting at this year’s European Maritime Conference being hosted in Poole on the South Coast of the UK.
The heart of European Maritime Day, this 2-day conference on ‘The Future of our Seas’ will include high-level sessions and stakeholder workshops which attracts delegates and experts from across Europe and beyond.