MASTS News

If there are MASTS members working on INNS who would be interested in being involved in some way, please let us know.

NatureScot plan to work with stakeholders across the key marine sectors in Scotland (public, commercial, academic and third sector) and with members of the SBIF advisory group, to explore, document and make recommendations on what the priorities and requirements are for a marine biodiversity recording infrastructure in Scotland.

The EMB Annual Report presents a high level overview the governance and str ...

The Energy Innovation Emporium 2021 is a webinar series that seeks to inform the global energy community how Scottish R&I can help deliver carbon emission reduction targets, especially around Nationally Determined Contributors, to encourage collaborative activity between Scottish academia and wider parties. 

This consultation seeks your view on the assessments, evidence and actions developed and the proposed implementation of the UK Dolphin and Porpoise Conservation Strategy.

Well done to the below projects which were awarded small grant round of fun ...

Submit before the 31st of May comments on the latest review of the Scotland's National Martine Plan.

Winning videos will be professional combined into a short film to be showcased across COP26 events, and winners will be invited to a prize-giving event where the video will be shown.

Defra, the Northern Ireland Executive, the Scottish Government and the Welsh Government have now published updates to the marine monitoring programmes for the state of the UK seas.

Project partners will develop algal mat removal and nutrient reduction techniques specific for intertidal mudflats at four sites in France and the UK (Channel Manche region).

Animal size and sea water temperature, but not pH, influence a repeatable startle response behaviour in a wide-ranging marine molluscs.

Surveys using local information from fishers have been used to better understand marine life in and around Scotland’s network of Marine Protected Areas.