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Ouradi : quality brand for traditional smoked fish

Last update: 12/05/22

Algae and climate

Can producing and consuming more algae make a significant contribution to the achievement of our climate goals?

Last update: 09/05/22

The Future of Food Conference 2022

The Future of Food Conference is a high-level forum, providing a platform for all the stakeholders of the food system to discuss the most pressing challenges and solutions in the EU’s agrifood sector and co-create innovative solutions.

Start date: 08/04/2022 - 13:00
Last update: 08/04/22

Tiwani Spirulina: superfood for growing middle class

Last update: 24/03/22

How accurate are maps of vessel density derived from AIS signals picked up by satellites?

very interesting preliminary results

Last update: 01/02/22

Kick-off Meeting Algae & Climate

can producing and consuming more algae make a significant contribution to our climate goals?

Start date: 20/01/2022 - 15:00
Last update: 19/01/22

A journey from artisanal fishing to international trade

In Senegal, the coast between Dakar and The Gambia has developed into a hotspot for octopus fishing. Since the 1980s, this traditional fishery on the “Little Coast” has supplied the Japanese and South Korean markets. In 2006, this activity stepped up a gear with the submersion of artificial reefs.

Last update: 20/12/21

Algae, shellfish and nutrients

Non-fed aquaculture can produce protein with a very low carbon footprint. It can also absorb the nutrients that lead to eutrophicatuion in our seas. Can an expansion of aquaculture reduce eutrophication? Are there enough nutrients? What is impact on fishing? This project will find out.

Start date: 14/12/2021 (All day)
Last update: 14/12/21

Yéyé Cooperative: from family activity to business management

BlueInvest Africa - Success Story 2

Start date: 23/11/2021 - 15:00
Last update: 23/11/21

How accurate are vessel density maps constructed from AIS signals picked up by orbiting satellites?

project kicks off to assess the accuracy in areas of high traffic density where collisions between signals prevent their detection by the satellite sensor

Last update: 04/10/21

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