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ISSUE 62 | January 2019
a new salmon fishing revolution in Norway
A giant Norwegian fish farm will borrow aspects of ship design to revolutionise salmon fishing in the country
The Where would a no-deal Brexit leave UK seafarers?
National unions are distrusting of the government's preparations on how to manage a no-deal Brexit with regards to maritime workers
Shipping a new wharf to the Antarctic
What are the challenges of upgrading the Rothera research station in Antarctica, and how will a new wharf enhance the Antarctic station?
liquefied cargoes: a persistent danger to ships
The liquefaction of solid bulk cargoes often leads to serious loss of life every year
The Effective Crew Project
Talking to the researcher behind the Effective Crew Project, which examines the impact of different crewing strategies on safety and efficiency at sea
cELEBRATING THAMES CLIPPER
A look at its history, the role it plays in the capital's transport system, as well as the service's future ahead
Is shipping prepared for cyberattacks?
A cybersecurity expert weighs in on the industry’s lack of preparedness in face of an attack