ATLANTIC BLUE TECH

 


End of the «Atlantic Blue Tech » project

 

 

The final conference of the project on AtlanticBlueTech marine bioresources sector held in Cadiz from 28 to 30 April 2015, as the "European Forum for Innovation in the marine sector biorerssources".

 

 

This event aimed to present the latest results of the project: the recommendations, market research or video produced in the project. Emphasis has also been put on pilot actions implemented in the framework of the project; especially for Brest this means the training directory, skills and crafts made by the European University Institute of the Sea for greater readability of the training supply and existing businesses in the industry.

 

 

The project results were also  themes of presentations at the local level, especially during the press trip organized within the framework of the « Charte d’Internationalisation du Finistère » or during the Blue Days organized by the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique.

 

 

Presentation of the project during a press trip "Algae, a natural resource which has an enormous future potential for Finistère" 

 

 

A press trip organized in the framework of the « charte d’internationalisation du Finistère » gathered on 10 and 11 June 2015 more than a dozen journalists around the theme "Algae, a natural resource which has an enormous future potential for Finistère"

 

 

A presentation of the European project Atlantic Blue Tech (Interreg IVB Atlantic) led by Technopole Brest-Iroise, in partnership with Brest metropole and various European organizations on the Atlantic coast, also took place during this event.

 

 


 

Brest – MITIN, Atlantic Blue Tech and the CAAC at the Sea Tech Week (from12th to 16th October 2014)

 

 

 

During the Sea Tech Week, , the 2nd symposium "Innovation and blue growth" organized by the Maritime Innovative Territories International Network (MITIN) will be held in Brest from 12th to 17th of October 2014. The objective of the second edition of this symposium is to present the ongoing actions, define its projects and its action plan for 2015.

This event is also an ideal setting for the partners of the Atlantic Blue Tech project to discuss with the whole international community and members of the network MITIN about the theme of marine bioresources and thus share different visions.

European networks such as the Conference of Peripheral European Cities and the Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities will intervene as experts to support a key project for the development of the Atlantic Arc and the implementation of the Atlantic strategy.

Many foreign delegations will be there for this opportunity: China (Shanghai and Qingdao), the Viet Nam (Hanoi and Haiphong), Indonesia (East Java), Mexico (Veracruz State and national organizations), Argentina (Province of Chubut), Quebec (Rimouski and Québec), Ivory Coast (Ministry of fisheries), and the United States, among others. Besides, representatives of Unesco, the World Bank and the European Commission will also be present in Brest.

In this context, Brest Métropole Océane, Atlantic City of the year 2014 and President of the Commission Sustainable Development and Blue Growth invites all Atlantic cities and stakeholders to join the workshops

 

 


Kick-off meeting

In Galway, 4th and 5th february 2014

 

The kick-off meeting took place in Galway on 4 and 5 February 2014.

This meeting enabled partners to discuss about the different stages of the project and about the new program of the Atlantic Region, which will be finalized in mid-June 2014.


The next meeting of the project partners will take place in Porto May 28th, 2014.


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