Oceano Fresco is recruiting a shellfish breeder for its nuclear team. The person to be hired may not have worked in Portugal in the last 5 years. More information here.
We are pleased to announce that Oceano Fresco will count with Øystein Lie as a new member of the Advisory Board.
We are pleased to announce that Oceano Fresco will count with Stan Allen as a new member of the Advisory Board.
We are pleased to announce that Oceano Fresco will count with Olivier Cottet as a new member of the Advisory Board.
As part of its Educational Program, on March 20, 2017, Oceano Fresco received a group of students of the Professional Education of Environmental Management Technician, of the Secondary School Dra. Maria Cândida (Mira, Portugal).
Last September 2016 Oceano Fresco began a series of experiments aiming the development of a pioneering breeding program of shellfish.
On December 1st 2016, Oceano Fresco was informed of the successful approval of its proposal to the “H2020 SME Innovation Associate”.
In October 2016, Oceano Fresco visited several research institutes and private companies in the aquaculture sector in Norway.
On October 20th and 21st 2016, Oceano Fresco participated in the "Biomarine International Business Convention", integrating the Portuguese delegation that was attended by the Portuguese Minister of the Sea Paula Vitorino.
Oceano Fresco inaugurated last June 2016 its new facilities in Edifício Mira Center in Mira, in the district of Coimbra, Portugal.
Oceano Fresco, has conducted a study to identify the challenges that shellfish farmers currently face and might face in the future.
In Spain, Oceano Fresco was in the Galicia region, which accounts for the second largest production in Europe.
Italy is the largest clam producer in Europe and second largest in the world, mainly Ruditapes phillipinarum.
Oceano Fresco visited the east coast of China, where the worlds largest clam producers are located (Ruditapes philippinarum, Meretrix meretrix, Tegillarca granosa, Cyclina sinensis, among others).
Oceano Fresco visited several hatcheries and nurseries on the west coast of South Korea, where production of Ruditapes phillipinarum is significant.
In the US, Oceano Fresco visited the main marine research university institutes in the east coast.