LATEST NEWS FROM SUT


Announcement of our new CEO


Below is a transcript of the letter written by our Chairman of Council, Peter Metcalf, to…

Oceanology International 2016 Student Careers Day


Earlier this year, 50 graduates, students and PhD students from universities such as Cranfield, Liverpool and…

SUT introduces new technology deployment course for offshore engineers


The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is launching a new course for engineers to form a…

Fugro commits support to SUT’s eighth OSIG international conference


- More than 200 abstracts already submitted for 2017 event -   The Society for Underwater…

SUT launches campaign to roll out children’s book in schools with Subsea 7 backing


- ‘Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist’ aims to ignite interest in underwater career opportunities-  …

Cost efficiencies event to hear from Bibby Offshore, Fugro and Schlumberger


- SUT and The Hydrographic Society to host annual Aberdeen seminar in June - Delegates will…

New SUT Events Manager


We are delighted to introduce Nicola Henderson who joined the team as our new Events Manager…

Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist? Book Launch


The authors, illustrator and editor gather for a photo.   On 24th November 2015 the Society…

Subsea compression innovator presented with President’s Award by SUT


Photo: SUT president David Kirkley presents Dr Kjell Olav Stinessen with his award   - Thirty…

Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist? – SUT launches children’s book to ignite interest in underwater career opportunities


The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has today launched a quirky, illustrated book for 10 –…