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Super Science Sunday

#supersciencesunday brought many visitors to the National Waterfront museum on March 10th when the doors were opened to the public for an interactive science day.

The BlueFish team from Swansea were on hand to showcase their research with the general public. A day of hands on family learning kept our team busy.

Climate change and marine conservation

The 2015 MCCIP Report Card on marine biodiversity legislation showed that climate change is likely to have significant impacts on the UK’s marine protected areas and their features but identified a lack of advice on how protected features should be managed to build resilience to climate change. MCCIP has therefore worked with some of the… Continue Reading

Artwork highlighting the importance of the ocean is unveiled

A series of illustrations about the importance of the ocean to the coastal communities of Ireland and Wales were unveiled at the Marine Institute, as part of a BlueFish Project meeting. BlueFish is a marine science research project focusing on the importance of the ocean to economic activities of coastal communities and potential impacts of… Continue Reading

Continued European collaboration vital for Wales, says Finance Minister

Continued European collaboration vital for Wales, says Finance Minister The Finance Secretary will met scientists from Bangor University, Aberystwyth University and representatives from the industry to hear about the progress of two cross-border projects aimed at growing both nations’ shellfish industries and assessing the effects of climate change in the Irish Sea.      … Continue Reading

Visit by Irish Ambassador

Visit by Irish Ambassador We were delighted to showcase the BlueFish Project recently to the Ireland’s Ambassador to the UK, Mr Mulhall. Welcoming Mr Mulhall to the University, Vice-Chancellor, Prof. John G. Hughes, said:“It is a pleasure to welcome the Irish Ambassador to Bangor University and to showcase some of the innovative collaborations we have… Continue Reading