IFISH in the News

What we have been up to recently!

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Dr Julia Calderwood was invited to present outputs from the DiscardLess hotspot mapping app and the IFISH project at a Hotspots Mapping Initiative workshop organised by NFWF and NOAA to help evaluate the feasibility of the use of fisheries hotspot communication networks in the Gulf of Mexico 

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Julia has been selected to take part in the 2022 European Crucible as a member of the European Cohort. The European Crucible is a leadership and development programme for early/mid-career researchers from Scotland and Europe . European Crucible seeks to establish new researcher networks for aspiring research leaders, and to facilitate international collaborations for new interdisciplinary research initiatives and innovations.

Dr Julia Calderwood and her work on the IFISH project have been featured in the Journal of Ocean Technology

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Chun leasa na nglúnta romhainn a rachas an comhoibriú idir iascairí agus eolaithe

Marine Institute calls on fishers to participate in development of fish mapping app

The IFISH project is calling on fishers to participate in the design process of the new near real time mapping app, helping to develop the most useful product for industry

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Female Marine Scientists on the Crest of a Research Wave

Julia Calderwood chats to Lorna Siggins about the IFISH project for the Wavelength podcast to mark international Women and Girls in Science Day.

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New technologies may help skippers avoid unwanted catches

Scientists at the Marine Institute are investigating how new technologies could be used to share real-time information and help skippers avoid unwanted catches.

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Straight from the Fishes Mouth!

What we learn from speaking to Irish fishermen about discard avoidance measures

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This project is funded by an SFI Starting Investigator Research Grant no 18/SIRG/5554 and is hosted by the Marine Institute