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Paying Tribute to Professor Mário Ruivo

Today the marine science community is paying tribute to Professor Mário Ruivo at a commemorative event organised by EurOcean in Brussels, entitled "Your Ocean, Your Future". In his role as EMB Chair and Director of Flanders Marine Instiutute (VLIZ), Prof.

AtlantOS European Strategy Workshop

On 4-5 June, the European H2020 project AtlantOS held a workshop to develop a European strategy for the future Atlantic Ocean Observing System in Brussels, hosted by EuroGOOS.

European Research Vessels Working Group Kicks Off

The EMB Working Group on "Next Generation European Research Vessels" formally kicked off activities on 15-16 May 2018 at a meeting kindly hosted by Chair Per Nieuwjaar at the Havforskningsinstituttet (Institute of Marine Research, IMR) in Bergen, Norway.

Have your say on the future of EOOS - Consultation 2018 on Strategy and Implementation Plan

On 25 April, EOOS stakeholder consultation is launched to collect feedback on the draft strategy and implementation plan 2018-2022. Stakeholder co-design and engagement are key to achieving a truly integrated and sustained ocean observing framework, EOOS.

Training the 21st Century Marine Professional

Today we launch our new Future Science Brief 2 on “Training the 21st Century Marine Professional” (pdf).

EOOS holds its first Forum

The “most intelligent picture” in marine science?

Strongly advocating for a Mission Ocean under the upcoming ninth framework programme for research and innovation (FP9), the European Marine Board has begun the work on the new instalment of its flagship series, Navigating the Future V (NFV).

EMB releases 6th Forum Message

Integration, capacity-building and engagement in science, along with science-based societal debate, are key to support the Sustainable Development Goals, and the European Marine Board is committed to help in achieving this.

EMB welcomes new Executive Director Prof. Sheila Heymans

Today, the EMB Secretariat welcomes Prof. Sheila Heymans as the new EMB Executive Director. Prof. Heymans previously worked as a Head of Science at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) where she focused her research on the social, economic and ecological impacts of fishing in the world’s ocean.

6th EMB Forum on the Role of Marine Science

Today, over 150 participants from Europe and beyond gather in the Royal Flemish Academy for Science and the Arts in Brussels to attend the 6th EMB Forum - Implementing the UN 2030 Agenda: What role for marine science?

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