We are pleased to announce that the BRAAVOO project will organize a specific workshop on Marine Biosensors on November 24/25 in Villars, Switzerland. This was part of our duties anyway, it will be an excellent opportunity to combine more scientific research content on marine biosensing with meetings of the partners in the different Ocean for Tomorrow projects.
The idea is to have a good scientific program by speakers of the various Ocean for Tomorrow projects and experts of the sector.
More information on the event and program will be available in a few weeks.
Björn Suckow participated in the Oceanology International 2016 (OI2016), the world’s largest marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference at the ExCeL Centre in London (15-17 March 2016). More than 520 exhibiting companies from 33 countries were filling over 8,500 m² of stand space. Over the three days over 8,400 industry professionals attended the OI2016.
The 'what and when' of the Oceanology International 2016 (OI 2016, 15-17 March 2016, ExCeL London, UK) conference programme has been announced, with ten separate conferences creating a topical and relevant programme over the three days at the ocean science and marine technology exhibition and conference.
The World of Photonics Congress covers the entire world of photonics in a single event: Scientific conferences with plenary and joint sessions and a practice-oriented lecture program address all aspects of optical technologies.
AquaNor in Trondheim is one of the largest bi-annual event of the European aquaculture. However the main focus of the event is the salmon and Nordic aquaculture visitors arrive from all over the word and in this year the number of visitors was a new record exceeding the 20 thousands during the 4 days.
The Aquaculture Europe 2015 event, organised by the European Aquaculture Society in cooperation with Wageningen UR, was held in October in Rotterdam and attracted a total participation of 1,057 people from 65 countries.
Research group in optics, photonics and biophotonics from Universidad Politénica de Madrid attended to the 9th Spanish Reunion in Optoelectronics in order to present experimental results obtained within the framework of the Project Enviguard among others and the support of several institutions.
SETAC Europe 26th Annual Meeting: "Consequences and Solutions of toxins produced by microorganisms: monitoring, management, risk assessment, and future challenges"
The research on natural toxins has many challenges compared to manmande chemicals in understanding their toxicity, availability, accumulation, fate, and other chemical and physical factors as they relate to the biology and ecology of living organisms. Natural toxins embrace highly diverse set of chemical compounds produced by a diversity of organisms.
The BRAAVOO Workshop and Creative Design Course, organized in collaboration with the Envirobot "BioDesign for the Real World" initiative, will provide an opportunity for 5 days of intensive learning and hands-on experience in biosensor theory and practice, culminating with the construction and use of both a bacterial biosensor and a field-portable DIY fluorescence detector, that each student will make.
The course will offer possibilities to design, produce, and test a variety of heavy metal or organic compound biosensors.
The SEA-on-a-CHIP Summer School is offered by the SEA-on-a-CHIP project in collaboration with the ECSafeSeaFood project. The 5 days intensive program (conducted in English) adopts a dynamic, multidiplinary and interactive approach.
The main market for the portable real-time detection and measuring system developed by the EnviGuard project might be the aquaculture industry. This new device could make possible for aquaculture producers the continuous monitoring of the most important environmental parameters affecting the fish and shellfish farming activity. The planned system will be the base of an early-warning system based on real-time data for aquaculture producers. While these systems are undoubtedly useful tools, there is little knowledge about the expectations of farmers towards monitoring of environmental parameters.