INSITE focuses on North Sea biodiversity for first in webinar seriesPosted on 07 March, 2023
INSITE, the independent science programme examining the effects of manmade structures on the ecology of the North Sea, is launching a series of free webinars.
New podcast furthers the debate on man-made structures in the North SeaPosted on 21 October, 2022
A new podcast explores the growing interest in and research about man-made structures in the North Sea.
All at sea with Boaty McBoatfacePosted on 19 October, 2022
The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is conducting research with robot submarine Autosub Long Range (ALR), better known as ‘Boaty McBoatface’.
SIME 2022 in Edinburgh look backPosted on 02 August, 2022
We were thrilled to return to Edinburgh for an in person Structures in the Marine Environment conference once again.
Structures in the Marine Environment 2022Posted on 26 July, 2022
Returning to an in person format for SIME 2022 was a fantastic way to reconnect
Structures in the Marine Environment Conference 2022 - 7th JunePosted on 04 May, 2022
**Call for Abstracts is OPEN**
North Sea research initiative INSITE announces Professor Dickon Howell as Programme DirectorPosted on 01 February, 2022
North Sea focused research initiative, INSITE, has announced the appointment of Professor Dickon Howell as its new Programme Director.
Structures in the Marine Environment - How do we plan for the future?Posted on 18 November, 2021
SIME 2021 is already nearly six month behind us. The event was a resounding success with an extensive programme of discussion and debate.