University of Plymouth's COAST Engineering research group: use of our facilities in the media.
Supergen ORE Hub launch a big hit
The new Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Hub launched to a packed house at its first annual assembly event, held at the University of Plymouth.
University features in project celebrating engineers’ role in shaping the world
The University of Plymouth has been featured in Shaping the World, a major project marking the 200th anniversary of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
Project assesses the long-term resilience of lighthouses in face of offshore storms
STORMLAMP, led by the University of Plymouth in conjunction with the University of Exeter and UCL, and industrial partners HR Wallingford, AECOM, WS Atkins and the Environment Agency, is using a combination of numerical modelling and field tests
MaRINET2 has opened its call for free access to testing facilities.
Marine-i event will showcase world-class testing facilities at COAST Laboratory
The Coastal, Ocean and Sediment Transport (COAST) Laboratory at the University of Plymouth will be the star attraction at Marine-i’s next Discovery Room event, which will be held on Thursday 01 February
Meeting the demand for energy
Professor Deborah Greaves and Professor Gregorio Iglesias from the University of Plymouth's School of Engineering write about the future potential of wave and tidal energy
Competitive call offers access to world-leading marine renewable energy testing facilities
The MaRINET2 project which will offer free access to a world-leading network of testing and research infrastructures – including the University of Plymouth’s COAST laboratory – is now open for applications
Addition of a wind generator to the COAST Laboratory for the experimental testing of floating wind turbines
Plymouth University's COAST Engineering Research Group - active project: Addition of a wind generator to the COAST Laboratory for the experimental testing of floating wind turbines