L'emballage et la conservation des produits marins à l'honneur lors de l'atelier de BioMar-Innovation le 17 janvier dernier
(Photo TC Media – Joël Charest)
Lucie Beaulieu, Bruno Ponsard, Fanny Lambert, Noémie Giguère et Karine Berger, membres du comité de programmation de l'événement.
Technopole Maritime du Québec, together with its partners of the Quebec Maritime Transport, Quebec port network and Canada Economic Development, launched the project Networking for Innovation in Maritime Transport (MERLIN).
The “Technopole Maritime” network, commonly known as the “Marine Resource, Science and Technology Cluster”, is made up of stakeholders from the institutional, research, business and governmental sectors. Together, these partners have created an environment that fosters an exchange of resources and expertise. This collaborative approach results in synergies and a critical mass of knowledge that increases each partner’s efficacy and ability to act effectively.
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