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Southampton gets ready for largest ever Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase
Over 80 of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of unmanned underwater vehicles and sub-systems are gathering in Southampton next week (2-3 September), to take part in the largest ever Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase (UUVS 98). View News Article (1998-08-28)

A vision to establish the UK as a global leader in oceanography
A vision for the future of Southampton Oceanography Centre (SOC) is revealed today by the Director designate, Professor Edward Hill. View News Article (2004-12-17)

Excavation to unearth oldest boat ever found in the Solent
The oldest boat so far discovered in the Solent will once again see the light of day when a team of archaeologists raises it from the intertidal shores of Langstone Harbour. The wooden canoe, hollowed out of an oak tree trunk, dates back to 500AD and is only the second dugout to be found in the Solent since the 1880s. Organised by the Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, based... View News Article (2003-08-29)

Constructing unique analytical instrument for world famous oceanographic institute
Cox Analytical Systems AB, a spin-off company from Chalmers Institute of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden, has just signed a contract with Southampton Oceanography Centre in England to construct an instrument for microradiographic and microchemical analysis of sediment cores. This means that a truly unique instrument will be constructed to make possible the study of chemical and physical... View News Article (2002-09-02)

Prospectus addresses most pressing marine science questions
The most pressing issues that UK marine science needs to address over the next two decades are the subject of a prospectus published as a themed issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A last month. View News Article (2012-12-11)

Southampton scientists set sail for the Arctic on historic voyage to investigate impact of global warming
Dr Val Byfield and Sarah Fletcher from Southampton Oceanography Centre will be setting sail from Tromso in Norway next week on their way to the Arctic on board a 93-year-old sailing vessel, as part of a unique project to investigate the impact of global warming. View News Article (2003-05-23)

Pioneering study calculates Arctic Ocean nutrient budget
The first study of its kind to calculate the amount of nutrients entering and leaving the Arctic Ocean has been carried out by scientists based at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton.  View News Article (2013-04-10)

Climate change likely to increase black carbon input to the Arctic Ocean
University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography scientist Aron Stubbins led a team of researchers to determine the levels of black carbon in Arctic rivers and found that the input of black carbon to the Arctic Ocean is likely to increase with global warming.  View News Article (2015-12-01)

Deep subduction of the Indian continental crust beneath Asia
Geological investigations in the Himalayas have revealed evidence that when India and Asia collided some 90 million years ago, the continental crust of the Indian tectonic plate was forced down under the Asian plate, sinking down into the Earth's mantle to a depth of at least 200 km kilometres. View News Article (2010-06-01)

Science teachers compete for ocean research cruise prize
Southampton Oceanography Centre is inviting science and geography teachers in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to compete for an all expenses paid fortnight aboard a marine research cruise to Portugal. The winning teachers will be asked to send back reports and video messages to classrooms across the country via an interactive website - the Classroom@Sea. There are berths for two secondary or... View News Article (2003-04-02)

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