News

Department of Transport asking for ideas to decarbonise transport

The Department for Transport is conducting a consultation asking the public about their ideas for th...

Innovative battery delivered to Portsmouth International Port as part of PESO decarbonisation project

A 20-foot container sized battery that can charge four electric cars simultaneously has been safely ...

Events

The Future of Mobility by the University of Portsmouth, 30th September 2020, online

The Intelligent Transport Cluster and the South Coast Centre of Excellence for Satellite Application...

Webinar on Business Opportunities for Marine Technologies and Smart Solutions for isolated territories including islands and ports, 1st October 2020, online

Marine South East will be presenting at this online event to discuss the business opportunities for ...

Current Projects - EMSAC: Managing coastal waters

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Marine South East cluster project hopes to influence EC marine policy...

For the last 3 years Marine South East has been leading four European marine science clusters in the 'EMSAC' (European Marine Science Applications Consortium) project. The project recently held its final workshop in Brussels.

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Managing our coastal waters initiative (EMSAC) update...

An International consortium of marine capability clusters called EMSAC (of which Marine South East is a partner) met at the recent Oceanology International (OI) conference for a workshop and networking event.

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EMSAC project overview...

Water resource management is becoming an urgent challenge, for Europe and the world, as populations grow and requirements increase. Degradation of our coastal and estuarine waters is of particular concern to policy makers at regional, national, EU and international levels, and increasingly to the public at large.

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