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Our Vision

INOS aspires to achieve scientific excellence by providing ocean solution through scientific research that combines new technology and innovative approach that will leads to new understanding of the complex and constantly changing marine ecosystems.

Who we are?

We are a national HICoE (Higher Institution Centre of Excellence) in marine science. We work on holistic and integrated approach in addressing marine and oceanographic issues at both local and regional level via various research teams.

“We strategically position ourself with various partners to envision our marine future, for the benefits of science and providing positive impact towards the society”

Introducing:

INOS ENewsletter 3/2021

Envision Marine Future

Latest Video

UMT Postgraduate Open Day 2021

UMT Postgraduate Open Day 2021 Live Session - INOS
 
Panel:
Prof. Dr. Mohd Fadzil bin Mohd Akhir
 
Moderator:
Dr. Mohd Uzair bin Rusli
 
Institut Oseanografi Dan Sekitaran
UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA TERENGGANU
21030 Kuala Nerus, Terengganu, MALAYSIA
 
 

Other Video

Dr Andrew Mayes - Microplastics Research 2021

This film showcases Microplastics Research of Dr Andrew Mayes in 2021.
 
The journey starts in Andrew's lab at University of East Anglia, Norwich; moves on to partners at Quadram Research Park, Norwich; followed by visits to research partners CEFAS in Suffolk and Anglian Water in Norfolk. The film also features research partners in Southampton, Exeter and Plymouth, and finally visits international research partners in Malaysia.
 
The film was produced by UEA filmmakers Christine Cornea and Alex Smith, and was supported by UEA Impact Award funding and the Global Research Translation Award, funded by UKRI: https://bit.ly/GRTAMicroplastics
 
This Promotional Film is the shorter version. You can view a 10 minute version here: https://youtu.be/2MzhxJDsy_c

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Terengganu, MALAYSIA

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