Can You Produce Winning Words?

As in many previous Challenger Society Conferences, a prize will be awarded for the best report of the meeting, which will be published in Ocean Challenge. The report should be your personal impression of the meeting – science and social aspects, highlights and lowlights – rather than a blow-by-blow report. The emphasis should be on lively writing and good communication. Entries should be sent to the Editor at AngelaMColling@gmail.com within three weeks of the end of the conference, and be about 1000 words long. The writer of the best report will receive a cheque for £75.

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The details of the membership of the Decade Working Group (DWG), that was announced at the May 2021 AGM of the NOC Association, are now available:
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The March 2021 minutes of the Marine Facilities Advisory Board are available here: Marine_Facilities_Advisory Board_March_2021_minutes.pdf (noc.ac.uk)

Are your institution’s details up to date on the The UK Marine Science and Technology Compendium?  If not, please let the Secretary know.
Secretary to the NOCA and MFAB: Jackie Pearson, jfpea@noc.ac.uk National Oceanography Centre

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