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    (19th March, 09:30-17:00)
    This edition of Catch The Next Wave will explore where we are heading in areas of technology which have been at the heart of Oceanology International over the course of its 50 year history. Paired speakers from within and outside of the ocean science and technology community will give stimulating perspectives on future direction across key technology themes. The emphasis will be on exploring how connections across industry sectors and between disciplines can underpin innovations to meet the needs of the next 50 years.
    Have a look at the industry's future and ask questions to the thought leaders who are shaping it. Catch the Next Wave at this interactive feature of OI2020.    



    Catch the Next Wave 2020: Frontiers of Exploration
    Organised in association with The Explorers Club, CTNW 2020 will highlight how the spirit of exploration drives forward science and technology, with consequent benefits to society and the protection of the natural environment. Speaker pairings, comprising a leading explorer with a scientist or technologist, will examine the role technology plays in exploring environments on the seafloor, in the oceans, on the oceans, over the oceans and into space, pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Speakers will also cast a look at how emerging technology will make ‘waves’ for ocean exploration over the coming decades.

    2020 PROGRAMME
    The CTNW Committee is in the process of finalising the programme. Check out the latest list of confirmed keynote presenters.

    LOCATION
    CTNW 2020: Frontiers of Exploration will take place at ExCeL London, from 09:30-17:00 on Thursday 19 March, alongside Oceanology International 2020 Exhibition & Conference, the world’s leading exhibition and conference for ocean technology and marine science.

    REGISTRATION
    Registration for CTNW 2020 coming soon.

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