The University of Gibraltar will host the first virtual INCISE conference June 14-18 on submarine canyons. Submarine canyons act as a link between shallow-water environments and the deep sea. They are extremely important for biodiversity because they serve as nursery habitats and hotspots for sea life. Find out more at: https://www.unigib.edu.gi/incise2021/.
The World Ocean Initiative and IBM will host the virtual discussion “Leveraging the power of blockchain for seafood ” on Wednesday, May 26 at 10 a.m. EDT/3 p.m. BST/4 p.m. CEST, where speakers will outline the different paths to deploying blockchain; detail how blockchain can drive industry transformation; and share case studies on blockchain experience.Continue reading “Virtual Event May 26: Leveraging Blockchain for Seafood”
The subsea industry’s potential to harness resources from our oceans to support the energy transition will be the focus of a new virtual event, with a live TV debate, organized by Subsea UK. “Subsea Live” will explore how the subsea supply chain can capitalize on the opportunities presented by the energy transition and the blueContinue reading “‘Subsea Live’ May 25-27: Blue Economy Opportunities”
BlueTech Global Connect will take place Apr. 15 from 7:45 AM to 9:00 AM PDT. This month’s theme is: Blue Tech, Space, and the Circular Economy. The blue economy is large, growing and global. Innovative blue tech SMEs (small and medium enterprises) need help to expand as they offer solutions to global problems. The goalContinue reading “BlueTech Global Connect Apr. 15”
This year, NOAA’s Open House is going virtual with Woods Hole Sea Grant’s NOAA Live! webinar series. Tune in to live tours of different NOAA facilities each week in March, meet the staff that bring NOAA’s mission to life, and check out the campus. These free events are geared toward students in grades two throughContinue reading “NOAA Open House Webinars in March”