Futureoftheocean prizes STEM Ambassador Hub & DNVGL Oil&Gas


Futureoftheocean is pleased that Marius participated as a STEM ambassador at St. Machar Academy’s Career Fair in Aberdeen on 11 February 2020.

Thank you very much to STEM Ambassador Hub for facilitating the access at this event and to DNV GL Oil & Gas for giving Marius all the support needed. 


Marius discussed with the pupils of St. Machar Academy about living and working at, in, and on seas and oceans...

  He told them about the achievements of previous and current generations and what they can do in future.

The pupils of St. Machar Academy were interested to learn about many topics including subsea mining, ocean farming and subsea hospitality. Their curiosity didn’t stop at seas and oceans, they showed a great deal of interest in the space elevator project, Sir Arthur C. Clarke’s idea for building an effective foundation for space works. 


If these students are encouraged to engage with STEM, all of society will benefit. The oceans and the maritime industry will have a great future.

  However, Marius noted that these young people are not aware of some of achievements of the maritime industry and this is something where we can do more to increase awareness. 

About STEM

  STEM means Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics

About DNV GL

Driven by the purpose of safeguarding life, property and the

environment, DNV GL provides services that enable customers to

advance further.


On the 1st picture is Marius at the final of 3 hours quite intense event;

The next pictures are of the flyers “Working and Living With Seas and Oceans” graciously provided by DNV GL for the event.

The last picture is STEM Ambassador Hub logo (posted with permission from the STEM Ambassador Hub)