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Smell of the sea may steer seabirds to their food

Smell of the sea may steer seabirds to their food

Researchers in Ireland have shed some light on how a wide-ranging seabird tracks its prey. They showed how the species known as the Manx Shearwater searches for food in areas of ocean packed with plankton. These microscopic organisms give off a smell the seabirds can...
Marine Institute: ‘Sea’ the future together

Marine Institute: ‘Sea’ the future together

The Marine Institute is delighted to launch a new video, with a message that we can all ‘sea’ the future together. As a global leader in ocean knowledge, the Marine Institute is inspiring Ireland and its people to safeguard and harness our ocean wealth....
Health supplements powered by the Ocean

Health supplements powered by the Ocean

Fish have long been part of the human diet and often considered as ‘brain food’. Recent research in this area suggests that eating fish is good for early brain development and may also prevent many brain-related conditions. Our ocean may also offer a vast...