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SEACAMS2 is a £17 M three year project partnership between Bangor and Swansea universities, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund which is set to run until July 2020.  The main objective of SEACAMS2 is to assist the development of opportunities in Low carbon, Energy and Environment in the convergence regions of Wales, and is an investment in the potential offered by the marine economy and marine renewable energy. 

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SEACAMS2 at Swansea Science Sunday 2020
 
The SEACAMS2 project at Swansea University will be back to exhibit some exciting marine-themed research at Super Science Sunday at the National Waterfront Museum. There will be opportunities to discover some current research as well as hands-on learning for all ages, and as it's International Women's Day we will be paying homage to pioneering palaeontologist Mary Anning, whom our research vessel is named after!
 
Sunday 08/03/2020
11am-4pm
National Waterfront Museum
Admission: Free