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| Cawthron Institute, Nelson, New Zealand
An independent research institute working closely with the maritime industry on ballast water exchange, treatment and verification, hull fouling. NZ's specialists in harmful algal blooms.
| Cetena S.p.A.
The official site of the Italian Research Center. The company promotes and carries out research activities in the maritime fields, particularly in shipbuilding and marine propulsion.
| Danish Maritime Institute
Ship/Offshore Model Tests, Wind Engineering for Buildings/Bridges, Shiphandling Simulation Courses, Naval Consultancy, CFD, Towing Tanks, Wind Tunnels, Marine Simulators and Software, Industrial Fluid Dynamics.
| Danube Research
Research and consultancy work undertaken on all aspects of navigation on and regulation of the River Danube.
| Institute of Marine Research
A Norwegian national centre for research on coastal and ocean life and the marine environment.
| Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics
Presents the activities of ISL and its products in the areas of logistics systems, transport research and telematics as well as the participation in projects (including EU projects).
| Irish Marine Institute
Ireland's national agency with the following general functions : 'to undertake, to co-ordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide such services related to marine research and development, that in the opinion of the Institute will promote economic development and create employment and protect the environment.'
| MARINTEK Norway
A research company in the SINTEF Group, does research and development in marine technology. Our list of clients includes leading national and international companies and authorities.
| QuickSimulation for Container Handling Terminals
Details on computer simulation of container handling terminals, and education on how simulation works online. Related links for container handling terminals, port authorities and terminal operators.
| RS Research Shipping GmbH
Provide services to the maritime research community. They are experienced in operating Research Vessels, conversion and new building for German and international clients for more than 10 years.