AquaVitae contributes to the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance (AORA)

Valur N. Gunnlaugsson, of Matís, presenting AquaVitae at AORA workshop.

AquaVitae officer and Matís researcher, Valur N. Gunnlaugsson participated in the Marine Microbiome Workshop organised by AORA in Reykjavík on the 22nd of October. Working on the implementation of the Galway Statement, AORA joins the European Union, Canada and the United States in the work towards a healthy, resilient and safe Atlantic Ocean.

AquaVitae joins an international consortium of 36 partners from 16 different countries in Europe, Africa, South and North America. The project will contribute to international research and cooperation through :

 -its network for knowledge and research exchange

– the sustainable use of marine resources with a circular economy approach

– better monitoring of aquaculture activities through new technologies

– contributing to the well being of aquaculture communities

– training and outreach activities

– Students exchange and industrial apprenticeships

Check the presentation and AquaVitae work:

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