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The partners, objectives, work packages… you will know everything about the Marineff project !
Passion, innovation and sharing are the ingredients for a year 2021 placed under excellence.The whole team thanks you for your confidence.
24 rockpools were installed this week on the Ouistreham site. These unique works of art, hand-made by English artists (Artecology), are optimised for the MARINEFF project.
The M2C laboratory of the University of Caen Normandy is recruiting a post-doctoral student for 12 months from February 1st, 2020.
The first anchorage was immersed on Friday, October 30, 2020 in the Bay of Dinard.
“Eco-engineering on the Channel coast – MARINEFF project” it’s on December 02, 2020 at 1PM.
While their production by ESITC Caen was completed at the end of September, the time has come to think about their immersion.
The time has come to submerge the dyke modules in the Cherbourg harbour, and the press was invited and honored to be present.
The prismatic modules for the restoration of the flat oyster were deposited in the Solent (UK).
This month it is the Interreg VA France (Channel) England programme that is highlighting the Marineff project in its newsletter.
📅08.07.20: Shooting Marineff For a new kind of support, ESITC Caen and VINCI Construction France agreed to filming on a green background.🎬 Thanks to VRV Prod, Jebcam production and Caen Normandie Développement for offering us this opportunity for the Marineff project. The film will be broadcast during the 2020 Science Festival.
Designed by the Marineff partnership, manufactured by TPC (Vinci), they will be monitored by the University of Southampton after immersion in the Solent within the next few days.
On June 09, 2020 a press visit to TPC took place by the journalists FR3, Ouest France and la Presse de la Manche, during the production of the infrastructures of the Marineff project.
This press visit at TPC – production site of the specific habitats and dyke modules of the Marineff project, is an opportunity to share with you the related press articles, some photos and video.
The production of the marine infrastructures has restarted at TPC. In a few weeks, the oyster habitats will leave for Southampton and the dyke modules for Cherbourg and Bernières-sur-mer. We will share with you photos and videos of the immersion of the modules at sea.
The artificial rockpools, produced by Artecology, a company based in the Isle of Wight, are ready. These structures are hand made, unique pieces that required more than 4 months of work to obtain the 150 pieces required.
Following national recommendations, all Marineff project partners have ceased their activities and the universities and companies are closed.