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Why Norway's CO2 Subsea Storage Project Matters

By Gemini News 11-29-2020 07:13:00

Posted in: Environment

[By Nils Røkke, SINTEF Executive Vice-President for Sustainability] In order to achieve the targets set out in the...

Can Technology Weaken Seafarers’ Professional Judgment?

By Gemini News 11-22-2020 10:31:23

Posted in: Shipping

[By Guro Kulset Merakerås] A good sailor has traditionally been a person who makes decisions that ensure that their ship,...

Teaching Robots to Cooperate Underwater

By Gemini News 11-08-2020 07:41:00

Posted in: Government

[By Sigmund Bolme] The launch of a new research center for robotics will provide increased knowledge about the sea with th...

The Mysterious Decline of Sea Trout in the North Sea

By Gemini News 08-09-2020 04:28:54

Posted in: Environment

[By Steinar Brandslet and Frid Kvalpskarmo Hansen] Sea trout numbers are declining in Norway and scientists don’t know wh...

EU Funds Research on Ocean-Based Technologies for Absorbing Carbon

By Gemini News 07-17-2020 09:23:48

Posted in: Government

[By Maren Agdestein] This month, scientists from 14 institutions in six countries will begin examining the opportunit...

Study: Gas Hydrate Plug May Have Led to Deepwater Horizon Blowout

By Gemini News 07-05-2020 06:11:23

Posted in: Offshore

[By Nancy Bazilchuk] Ten years ago, the Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf of Mexico killed eleven men and resulted in the...

Salmon Farms' "Cleaner Fish" Attract Scrutiny

By Gemini News 04-17-2020 05:04:02

Posted in: Environment

[By Guro Kulset Merakerås] The term “cleaner fish” is used to describe the small fish species that will eat s...

The Green Energy Transition After the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Gemini News 04-10-2020 12:07:43

Posted in: Government

[By Nancy Bazilchuk] Winston Churchill famously remarked “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” It’s hard to...

Robo-Turtles in Fish Farms Reduce Fish Stress

By Gemini News 03-25-2020 07:18:33

Posted in: Environment

[By Idun Haugan] Robotic turtles used for surveillance could help prevent escapes from salmon farms. The “turtle robots&r...

Arctic Light Pollution Affects Fish, Zooplankton up to 200 Meters Deep

By Gemini News 03-20-2020 06:39:00

Posted in: Environment

[By Nancy Bazilchuk and Sigmund Bolme] If artificial light shines into the Arctic Ocean during the polar night, does it matter?...

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