Margaret Leinen

Schedule Your "Marine Technology TV" Video Now

Greg Trauthwein

Margaret Leinen, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, with Marine Technology TV in San Diego. (Photo: Eric Haun)

At the Ocean Business exhibition in Southampton, Marine Technology Reporter's "Marine Technology TV" brand will be on hand to conduct topical interviews on new and emerging technologies for the subsea sector. If you will be @ Ocean Business in early April, contact Greg Trauthwein (trauthwein@marinelink.com) for details on arranging your video shoot, either in the Marine Technology TV 'studio' on the show floor, or in your booth in front of your technology. View recent samples from Oceanology International North America here: http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/videos/video/interview-margaret-leinen-director-scripps-institution-of-100004

Photo: NOC

NOCS: Expedition to Investigate Carbon in the Benguela Upwelling

On May 2018 the Royal Research Ship (RRS) Discovery will begin an ambitious science expedition to the South Atlantic to study the role of low oxygen zones in ocean carbon storage.

Image: GustoMSC

Maersk Drilling: First Order for "Chela" Crane

Maersk Drilling awarded GustoMSC the first order for the uniquely designed crane Chela, which is to be installed on Maersk Invincible (GustoMSC CJ70 design) which is currently

Nippon Foundation and Deepstar signed an MOU in Houston. Photo: Greg

Offshore: Nippon Foundation, Deepstar Sign MOU

Japan's Nippon Foundation and Deepstar signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently which essentially will allow Japan to tap the expertise and resources of DeepStar to