On April 28, 2022, our team welcomed about 40 participants during the “Business Immersion” meeting organized by the Campus mondial de la mer in partnership with ISblue and Blue Valley.
The format of this half-day allowed the organization of two thematic workshops dedicated to the collection of data and samples at sea and their various applications as well as a commented visit of our oceanographic sailing vessel IRIS.
Crisscrossing the oceans allows us to deploy instruments and collect data. These are essential for climate models, weather forecasting, the maritime sector, coastal management and insurance, among others.
Workshop organized in the presence of Mathieu Belbéoc’h, director of OceanOPS and animated by Christophe Desbois, manager of ISblue Hub and Amadeus Beaujolin, managing director of Blue Observer
Marine micro-organisms collected from the oceans are real “bio-factories” and represent an immense reservoir of biological and chemical diversity for many sectors: cosmetics, nutraceuticals and health, in particular.
Workshop organized in the presence of Priscilla Gourvil, research engineer at the Roscoff Biological Station and animated by Joy Toupet, coordinator of Blue Valley and Claire Papot, scientific manager of Blue Observer
Visit of the sailboat and discussions with the crew
Testimonies of the highlights of the 4-month oceanographic expedition conducted in the North and South Atlantic at the end of 2021 on behalf of international oceanographic institutes.