Knowledge and Technology Transfer at GEOMAR

Knowledge generated at GEOMAR regarding aspects of climate change, marine ecosystems and biodiversity, as well as marine hazards and resources is highly relevant to society. Work at GEOMAR contributes to sustainable innovation and development of solutions for major societal challenges, such as those set out in the 2030 Agenda and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.


Knowledge and Technology Transfer News

Deployment of a multi plankton net on board the ALKOR in the Baltic Sea. Photo: Sarah Kaehlert, GEOMAR

The State of the Baltic Sea 2023

Researchers from GEOMAR contribute to key report of the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission HELCOM launched today

GEOMAR Director Professor Dr. Katja Matthes (centre) and Dr. Cordula Zenk, Cabo Verde Coordinator at GEOMAR, during the tour of the OSCM with Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Photo: Edson Silva Delgado, GEOMAR

Federal President Steinmeier informs himself about research in Cabo Verde

International cooperation and education of young researchers were the focus of the visit to the West African archipelago

GEOMAR Director Professor Dr. Katja Matthes and Sebastian Unger, German Federal Government Commissioner for the Ocean

Joining forces for our ocean

Federal Government Commissioner for the Ocean Sebastian Unger and GEOMAR researchers discuss important issues of protection and sustainable use of the ocean

Dr. Nadine Mengis

New projects between science, art and society

GEOMAR researcher Dr. Nadine Mengis becomes a member of the Junge Akademie

[Translate to English:] Dr. Toste Tanhua und Marcus Warnke

Fishing data for science

New project involves sailors in Baltic Sea research

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