Work in progress

Sampling is now well on tracks in Spain, Norway, Ireland and France

Published on 18 noviembre 2016

VIVALDI partners have started to gather samples from the main bivalves that will be studied in the project.

Husbandry strategies to avoid mortalities linked to OsHV-1

Published on 8 septiembre 2017

This is a review of existing published global/regional strategies to avoid entrance and survival of Ostreid herpesvirus 1 (OsHV-1) in hatchery and nursery systems producing oysters Crassostrea gigas.
Author: CJ Rodgers, IRTA

First results of the project!

Published on 30 enero

Progress has been achieved in understanding, preventing and mitigating shellfish diseases. More results will come soon.

Latest publications related to VIVALDI

Published on 30 abril

Since the beginning of the year 2018, Spanish, English and Italian researchers involved in VIVALDI have published 3 articles emphasising some first scientific results notably obtained thanks to our project.

Major sampling of manila clams going on in Chioggia (IT)

Published on 13 septiembre

From 10 to 14 September, 3 VIVALDI partners (CNRS, F - University of Padova, IT - SYSAAF, F) are gathered  to sample more than 1000 manila clams in the Venice lagoon. 

Recent publications related to VIVALDI

Published on 17 febrero 2017

Italian and French researchers involved in VIVALDI have published 3 articles emphasising some first scientific results partially obtained thanks to our project.

IMR and Cefas held a collaborative meeting at Cefas Weymouth laboratory, on 23-25 August 2017

Published on 15 enero

This visit was organised as part of Vivaldi work on pathogen diversity and improving tools for better surveillance.

Recent publications related to VIVALDI

Published on 15 febrero

In 2017 and early 2018, Italian and French researchers involved in VIVALDI have published 4 articles emphasising some first scientific results notably obtained thanks to our project.

Stakeholder identification mapping is out!

Published on 4 junio

Thanks to two surveys carried out in 2016 and 2017, categories of stakeholders concerned by shellfish diseases have been defined and their perceptions regarding the disease issue have been collected. This work was developed with a view to providing an improved understanding of the relationships between these categories.