DTO-BioFlow project highlightsits advancement at VLIZ Marine Science Day 2024

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On March 6th, 2024, the DTO-BioFlow project took part in the VLIZ Marine Science Day 2024, framing the Belgian presidency of the Council of the EU and emphasizing global initiatives like Mission Ocean and the UN Ocean Decade. The project's booth provided insights into its advancements and contributions to marine science, emphasizing the significance of collaborative efforts in tackling marine conservation challenges.

VMSD 2024 featured notable speakers such as John Bell, co-lead of Mission Ocean, and renowned diver-explorer Paul Rose, delivering keynote speeches that underscored the urgency of marine conservation efforts. The event included interactive sessions, presentations, and poster sessions covering diverse topics from marine biology to cutting-edge marine technology and policy.

With active participation, VMSD 2024 facilitated meaningful exchanges and collaboration towards the shared objectives of Mission Ocean and the UN Ocean Decade.

DTO-BioFlow’s presence at VMSD 2024 exemplifies a dedication to leveraging science and innovation to address the critical challenges facing our oceans, reinforcing the importance of collaborative approaches in marine research and conservation efforts.

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