Updated February 26 at 12:37pm
Marine Industry
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FarSounder Inc. has been awarded a contract to provide FarSounder-1000 systems for two U.S. Navy-transferred OSPREY Class Mine Hunter Coastal Vessels. more
Thirteen years after launching at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Ocean Server Technology is moving to its own location. more
The Rhode Islanders I know are doers — successful business owners, technology entrepreneurs, community advocates and passionate educators. more
Jennifer McCann, director of U.S. coastal programs for the University of Rhode Island’s Coastal Resources Center, has been awarded the 2017 Peter Benchley Ocean Award in the Excellence in Solutions category for her R.I. Ocean Special Area Management Plan. more
EAST GREENWICH – New England Institute of Technology has expanded its marine-technology program in an effort to meet a growing labor market need for technical marine workers. The school's associate in science degree program in advanced … more
The site was too good to pass up, a property adjacent to the IYRS School of Technology and Trades that would allow the nonprofit to add a new building and consolidate its now-separated programs in a single campus. But the property on Thames … more
Nicknamed the Ocean State, Rhode Island is home to thousands of boaters, various fishing companies, a Naval base and a prodigious port-based economy – all of which rely heavily on fossil fuel-powered machinery and vessels. The maritime … more
The high seas – all that deep water beyond 200 nautical miles from a coastline – are this planet's last frontier. And like all previous frontiers, they're ripe for plunder. But there may be a surprisingly simple solution to the scourge of … more
FarSounder Inc., a high-technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics, has released a new feature called Local History Mapping that offers users the ability to build a 3-D map of the seafloor over which they have recently sailed. more
Starting Feb. 1, two University of Rhode Island graduates who received master’s degrees in marine affairs will spend a year working on ocean and coastal policy issues in Washington, D.C. more
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