Progetto VIVALDI

VIVALDI (Prevenzione e attenuazione delle malattie dei bivalvi da allevamento) è un progetto scientifico europeo, finanziato nell'ambito del programma europeo di ricerca e sviluppo denominato Horizon 2020. È attuato da un consorzio di 21 partner di 10 paesi. Durerà 4 anni, fino al febbraio 2020. L'obiettivo generale di VIVALDI è aumentare la sostenibilità e la competitività del settore europeo dei molluschi. A tal fine, il suo obiettivo è aumentare la conoscenza delle malattie e sviluppare soluzioni pratiche in materia di prevenzione, controllo e gestione delle stesse. Le principali specie che verranno studiate sono: ostriche, muscoli, vongole e cappesante.

Latest news

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

Published on 13 settembre

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. 

Great success for the stakeholders workshop, 29 August 2018 in Aqua 2018

Published on 31 agosto

On 29 August 2018, in the framework of Aqua 2018 in Montpellier (F), the VIVALDI consortium organised an open workshop entitled “Acting together to better prevent and mitigate farmed bivalve diseases”. All the presentations are available here!

Stakeholder identification mapping is out!

Published on 4 giugno

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.

Latest publications related to VIVALDI

Published on 30 aprile

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.

Strong VIVALDI representation at the NSA in Seattle

Published on 23 marzo

Several VIVALDI works have been presented at the National Fisheries Association meeting in Seattle, by colleagues from the University of Cork (IE) and Ifremer (F).

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Contatto

Isabelle Arzul

IFREMER La Tremblade
05 46 76 26 47
isabelle.arzul@ifremer.fr

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 678589