They have their name twice on their homepage without the article, so I wouldn't use it, but if you prefer it with the article, you can use it- they use it once on the About page. If they're not consistent, I wouldn't worry.
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This is a question that seems pretty trivial but has bother me for quite a long time. Do I need to use the article 'the' in front of a name of an institution?
For example, should I say: 'The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is a world renowned oceanic research institute.' or without 'the' at the beginning of the sentence?
I am not a teacher.
It's their name. The institution should decide whether they want "the" in front of it, not you.
"They sent me to the Mayo Clinic"; "I visited the Kremlin".
In Brisbane, we have (at least) two hospitals named after royalty - one with "the" and one without. Who can ever guess?
That's a good point, and before I looked I would have gone for using the.