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Want to know more about what makes Loch Ness to special? And no, we don't mean the monster! Tune in now to to hear Prof Mark Inall of SAMS explain how the loch is such an exciting outdoor laboratory.
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Tor Eldevik 3h
From darkness to light. How does light and less sea ice influence Arctic productivity? Finlo Cottier puts change in context using Ingrid's pan-Arctic "matrix-of-change"
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British Embassy Oslo 23h
A great line-up of speakers at 🇬🇧🇳🇴🇷🇺 science event on marine research showcasing recent Arctic science cooperation w/ and
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SAMS Jan 22
SAMS We are looking to fill three posts: a , administration assistant and systems . Come and join our team in beautiful . For details, see:
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SAMS Jan 22
Ringing the changes SAMS Director Prof Nicholas Owens has been officially named chairman of , following a handover today at POGO is the Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean and is made up of major oceanographic institutions around the world.
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SAMS Jan 22
The UK, Norwegian and Russian research communities are meeting in Tromso today to discuss future collaborations. Prof Finlo Cottier of SAMS will speak at the event, which will also showcase work being done in each country.
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Invisible Dust Jan 21
If you need some underwater inspiration visit live webcams. Here you can watch a scottish seabed amongst other options. We are slightly addicted in the Invisible Dust office! (📸 taken from SAMS pontoon camera)
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SAMS Jan 21
Thank you so much, Aimee.
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NERC Arctic Office Jan 18
Coming to Tromso for next week? Join us at 1730 on 22 Jan for the UK-Norway-Russia session on 'Practical Cooperation for Marine Research'
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SAMS Jan 19
Find out why you can find us farm black soldier fly larvae at times in a marine research institute... really exciting project to be involved in
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UK Science & Innovation Jan 17
Delighted to organise a UK-Norway-Russia event 'Practical International Cooperation for Marine Research' ! Join us on 22 Jan at 17:30, Smia (Clarion Hotel The Edge).
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ECO Magazine Jan 18
Seven new trustees will add a broader range of expertise to the governing council. The new-look governing council will be responsible for guiding the institute’s operations and research strategy. Find out more here...
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SAMS Jan 18
Yup, folk were deployed today to pick it up. Thanks and colleague Arne Vogler for alerting us! Phew!!!!
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Dimitri Lascaris Jan 17
For , I speak with Dr. Neil Fraser of , co-author of a new study which concludes that parts of the Greenland ice sheet - whose melting would raise global sea levels by six meters - is melting even in winter:
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SAMS Jan 17
The European team on the ⁦⁩ PRIMROSE project met in Lisbon this week to work on harmful algal bloom monitoring, modelling and forecasting for the industry. ⁩ ⁦
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SAMS Jan 17
Giant Subsea Waves Add to Greenland Melt
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SAMS Jan 16
If environmentalism is failing, is poor communication to blame for it? Interesting radio programme - What do you think?
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SAMS Jan 14
Replying to @SvenjaRyan
It was great to have you, Svenja!
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SAMS Jan 14
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SAMS Jan 10
opportunity We're offering a PhD investigating bioremediation of wastewaters using , alongside Find our more:
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