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Join Our Webinar On 20 June, Test The Aquaculture Monitor Virtual Lab
Discover the Virtual Lab dedicated to aquaculture management, developed by FAO and CLS with satellite data from Copernicus Marine Service.
Blue-Cloud At The EU Green Week 2022
We are taking part in the EU Green Week with a Partner Event on 1 June 2022 at 15:00 CEST. In this webinar, after a brief introduction of the Blue-Cloud services, we will present three practical use cases from the international marine research community that were awarded at the Hackathon in February 2022.
Test the Blue-Cloud Virtual Labs and follow the Ocean Decade Laboratory
Two New Webinars on the Blue-Cloud VLabs In May! The Winning Teams of the Hackathon presenting at the Ocean Decade Laboratory Satellite Event.
Three Teams Awarded At The Blue-Cloud Hackathon | The 1st Of The New Webinar Series On 24 March | Blue-Cloud Included In The CORDIS Synergy Info Pack
Over 7-9 February 2022, the Blue-Cloud Hackathon brought together nearly 150 participants from a diverse community of marine science practitioners, computer scientists and innovators to test Blue-Cloud's web-based ecosystem of Open Science services and resources to address selected Ocean challenges. Three teams were awarded for their work towards improving aquaculture management and studying wildlife interactions.
Special Issue | The Blue-Cloud Hackathon 7-9 February & The Kick-Off Live Event 17 January 2022 Ready To Start
This is the ideal event if you are a marine scientist or researcher, a data scientist, an ICT expert, innovator or student, or if you are passionate about the Ocean and want to explore and test the Blue-Cloud Open Science platform in the marine domain.
Take Part In The Blue-Cloud Hackathon And Win Prizes!
The Blue-Cloud Hackathon is an open invitation to marine scientists & researchers, data scientists, ICT experts, innovators, students, and anyone who is passionate about the Ocean to explore and test Blue-Cloud: A new, Open Science platform for the marine domain offering a wealth of data, analytical tools and computing power to support you in developing solutions for a safe, healthy, productive, predictive and transparent Ocean.
Contribute To The Open Consultation By 22 October | Poster @ The EGI Conference | The Joint Policy Brief | The Webinars & More
Blue-Cloud is one of ten innovative EU projects to build ocean observation systems that provide input for evidence-based management of the ocean and the Blue Economy, which have joined forces in the strong cluster ‘Nourishing Blue Economy and Sharing Ocean Knowledge’. Under the lead of the EuroSea project within the EC-funded Horizon Results Booster, the group published a joint policy brief listing recommendations for sustainable ocean observation and management.
Help Us Shape The Future Of Blue-Cloud! Take The Survey | The New Support Centre | All-Atlantic 2021 Report & More
The Blue-Cloud Project has taken a step further towards co-designing a collective, community vision for the future evolution of Blue-Cloud, web-based cyberspace where marine researchers and innovators will come together to share data and engage in Open Science to advance knowledge and sustainability of the Ocean.
All-Atlantic 2021 & The Blue-Cloud Workshop On 3 June | The Recording Of The Webinar On Plankton Genomics | The Thierry Carval Interview & Much More
On Thursday 3 June, Blue-Cloud is co-hosting a joint workshop with the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance (AANChOR), the G7 Future of the Seas and Oceans Initiative, and the two Horizon 2020 projects iAtlantic and AtlantECO, as a side-event at the All-Atlantic 2021.
The Plankton Genomics Webinar 23.04 -> Join Us! | Workshop "Open Science For The Ocean" -> Read The Report | Interviews' Section | Next Events & More
With this 1-hour webinar on "Plankton Genomics", we conclude the series of introductions to the five Blue-Cloud demonstrators. This one is led by EMBL-EBI and created by the Faculty of Sciences at Sorbonne University.