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Marine and UnderSea Technology Research Program (MUST) receives $3.6M grant for sustained research efforts in critical blue economy sectors

The latest award from the Office of Naval Research to create new marine science and technology projects

ONR Grant Announcement
UMass Dartmouth receives $4.3M grant from the U.S. Navy for continued focus on marine technology development

The third award in as many years from the Office of Naval Research will further the University's research efforts in the blue economy and offshore wind sectors

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UMass Dartmouth awarded nearly $1.2M for new Biodegradable Plastics Lab

Baker-Polito Administration awards $700k, PrimaLoft gives $450K in public-private investment to boost new marine tech research facility for the South Coast

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UMass Dartmouth and CONNECT institutions expand CONNECT4WIND partnership

Expansion of MOU creates more educational and workforce development opportunities in Southeastern Massachusetts

Imagery of scallops at high density captured with underwater video technology developed by Dr.Kevin Stokesbury
Counting stock for sustainability

Dr. Kevin Stokesbury's image-based, drop camera survey has been pivotal in the revival of the scallop industry, and has helped the city of New Bedford maintain its position as the nation’s No.1 fishing port for two decades.

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Third Annual Marine Renewable Energy Conference fosters international collaboration

On and Off the Grid featured industry insiders, policymakers, and academic researchers sharing their developments in ocean energy

Patagonian scallops captured by SMAST researcher Kyle Cassidy during research cruise to Argentina.
How many sea scallops are there and why does it matter?

Groundbreaking research conducted by Dr. Kevin Stokesbury of SMAST appears as this month's cover story in the Ecological Society of America's "Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment" journal.

ONR Grant presentation via Zoom
UMass Dartmouth announces $4.2M grant from U.S. Navy to fund new marine technology research projects

The latest award is the second in a series of grants from the Office of Naval Research to promote research between university faculty and regional partners

MUST Principal Investigator Professor Pia Moisander and her student have a new manuscript accepted for publication

Professor Pia Moisander and her student, Abhishek Naik, who is supported by MUST, will have their work on biofouling published

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