The marine environment has the power to connect communities globally. In the spirit of connection, the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI), the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), Texas A&M University Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) and its Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies are hosting a joint workshop to build on synergies across research from the Northern Seas and the Gulf of Mexico. This Global Marine Sustainability Workshop aims to drive research-based solutions, develop marine technology for commercialization, and educate a strong workforce in order to support marine and coastal sustainability.
Outcomes of the Global Marine Sustainability Workshop
RCN CE3SAR’s co-sponsorship of the Global Marine Sustainability Workshop in Oban, Scotland forged educational and research collaborations between the network’s institutional partners; The University of the Highlands and the Islands (UHI) and Scottish Association of Marine Science (SAMS).
During the September 2016 workshop a statement of commitment to future collaboration was signed. The pledge is being realized through a myriad of international academic and research activities described in the following links.
Dr. Luis Cifuentes, TAMUCC Vice President for Research, Commercialization and Outreach and Prof. Ian Bryden, UHI Vice President for Research, sign a commitment to future collaboration between the international partnerships forged during the September 2016 Global Marine Sustainability Workshop in Oban, Scotland.