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FEDERAL AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS SUPPORT HOLYROOD MARINE PROJECTS
by wade on January 8, 2013
08 Jan. 2013, Holyrood, NL: Support for the Town of Holyrood and the Holyrood Marina Park Corporation will help the region to advance growing industries and business opportunities, thanks in part to assistance from the Government of Canada and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Read more.
RUTTER PARTNERS WITH MI CENTRE FOR MARINE SIMULATION
by wade on January 8, 2013
24 Dec. 2012, St. John's NL: Industry clients and students at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University's Centre for Marine Simulation (CMS) now have access to Rutter Inc.'s state-of-the-art sigma S6 Ice Navigator. The system provided by Rutter has been integrated into CMS's full-mission ship's bridge simulator and will enhance the centre's Fundamentals of Ice Navigation training program, a course which is delivered to industry to introduce concepts and practices to safely transit or operate in areas of ice. Read more.
MI TO HOST CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES IN MARITIME EDUCATION & TRAINING
by wade on October 1, 2012
St. John's,NL:19 Sept 2012: Held for the first time in Canada, from Oct 15-17, the International Association of Maritime Universities' (IAMU) Expanding Frontiers: Challenges and Opportunities in Maritime Education and Training Annual Conference will be hosted by MI at the Delta, St. John's. Read more.
MARINE INSTITUTE REPEATS AS DISTINCTION-IN-INNOVATION WINNER
by wade on June 21, 2012
(19 June 2012, St. John''s)The Marine Institute's Centre for Marine Simulation is the winner of the 2012 Distinction in Innovation Award.The Honourable Keith Hutchings, Minister of Innovation, Business and Rural Development, announced the winners of the Export and Innovation Awards, which recognize individuals, businesses and organizations that are excelling in the areas of innovation and exporting, at a ceremony at the Delta St. John's Hotel and Conference Centre. Read more.
IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF OCEAN TECHNOLOGY SECTOR EXPANDING
by wade on February 16, 2012
MARINE INSTITUTE, ST. JOHN'S, NL, 15 Feb. 2012: The Holyrood Marine Base, with a $279,600 investment from the provincial government, is expanding its capacity for ocean-related research and training programs.
Owned and operated by the Marine Institute of Memorial University (MI), the Holyrood Marine Base is a marine training and research facility. It provides students, researchers and ocean technology companies with access to the tools and environment they need to develop their products.