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Stakeholder session from BRAVOO project

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BRAAVOO project aims to develop innovative solutions for real-time in-situ measurement of high impact and difficult to measure marine pollutants.

The concept of BRAAVOO is based on a unique combination of three types of biosensors, which will enable both the detection of a number of specific marine priority pollutants as well as of general biological effects that can be used for early warning. BRAAVOO aims to develop unmanned surveying vessels (USV) and buoys to carry ‘Lab-in-a-Chip’ modules for real-time monitoring of marine contaminants.

Although detecting marine contamination is traditionally quite a logistical challenge, BRAAVOO hopes to transform marine monitoring with the new platforms that will be developed.

Fluorescent bioreporter bacteria, immune sensors and algae, provide the basis for biosensor instrument packs to be carried on such USVs.

BRAVOO project will invite to EnviGuard to take part of the Stakeholder Session which they will organize during their third consortium meeting. It will take place in Barcelona 13-14 November 2014.

BRAVOO project partners very much look forward to having stakeholder input, in order to learn:

  1. which are the key environmental concerns in each stakeholder's area of expertise,
  2. how these problems are currently solved, and what is missing to solve them completely, and also
  3. in which portable technologies for which specific application(s) each stakeholder would most be interested.BRAVOO logo
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