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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 ...

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...

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 - KETMaritime: Key Enabling Technologies in the Maritime sector

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KETMaritime Overview of project...

KETmaritime is a new project aiming to promote the transfer of Key Enabling Technologies in the maritime sector. Marine South East is a partner in this EU Interreg Atlantic Area Program funded project.

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EU Maritime study reveals rapid rise in shipbuilding 'patent protection'...

The EU funded KETmaritime project, of which Marine South East is a partner, has revealed a rapid rise in patent applications as shipbuilding superpowers look to protect and commercially exploit new innovations in technology.

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Could Nanotechnology offer solution for vessel corrosion and bio-fouling?...

Nanotechnology will play a crucial role in the future management of vessel corrosion and biofouling; according to the EU funded maritime project KETmaritime.

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New advances in ‘Micro Electro-Mechanical’ tech to boost maritime sector, according to Euro 1million EU study ...

New advances in 'Micro Electro-Mechanical' technology including progression towards new semiconductors with greater capacity will open the door to a myriad of new opportunities for the maritime sector, according to an EU study.

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Record breaking 'blue-light' laser illuminates underwater marine activity...

The EU KETmaritime study has identified a record-breaking 'blue-light' maritime laser with the ability to transform underwater range-finding, imaging and communications.

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Marine biotechnology will help solve the global plastic crisis, according to KETmaritime EU Project...

New advances in ‘marine-based’ biotechnology involving algae, crabs and prawns could help tackle the global plastic crisis, according to the KETmaritime EU project of which Marine South East is a partner.

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