ARGANS – Applied Research in Geomatics, Atmosphere, Nature and Space, bring state of the art research to solve industrial, operational and scientific requirements. Providing earth monitoring and observation programs for the European Space Agency.
Beach Schools SW CIC provide outdoor learning experience on the beach. They use curriculum linked learning to help engage children in the classroom. They are huge advocates for teaching children about the environment and health and wellbeing in the marine environment.
Frontier Technical is an R&D business and consortium lead participant with a focus on the commercialisation of the patented ‘MARLIN Modular Floating Platform’ technology, a ‘Subsea Tug’ for underwater construction, and ‘Energy Transfer Shuttle’. The MARLIN modular floating platform environmental technology will provide a commercially viable offshore wind energy solution for deeper waters. The disruptive and enabling innovation will accelerate the build-out of floating offshore wind and provide ‘Global Energy Access for Coastal Communities’ including Small Islands Developing States (SIDS). The main innovation is based on subsea construction under controlled buoyancy conditions entirely eliminating the need for large marine construction yards and heavy lift crane vessels. Frontier Technical work collaboratively with industrial, academic and public body organisations to develop innovative solutions that will contribute to addressing the global carbon reduction challenges.
Magicseaweed are the world’s largest free surf forecasting site offering a 16 day forecast. Plus they are the web’s biggest surfing photography archive, and videos, contributions, contests, news, live events and swell sessions.
Marine Learning Alliance is a brand-new venture owned by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), that has teamed up with Plymouth University to take forward the academic programmes currently provided by the Hydrographic Academy.
Oliver is working with R&I to secure proof of concept funding to develop EmbryoPhenomics into two commercially viable instruments, for industrial applications in the laboratory (LabEP) and field (FieldEP). This development will draw on the disruptive technologies of 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and microfluidics to support the R&D required to transform what is currently a bespoke and high-value technology unique to UoP into a scalable technology appropriate for commercialisation.