project meeting (18M) was celebrated via videoconference on the 3rd of November
2020. Thirty-three participants followed the presentations and participated in
morning, the technical packages were addressed, while transversal topics were discussed
progresses were presented in this meeting after one year and half of collaborative
work, being rewarding to see that the different aspects of the RTE product are
taking shape despite the restrictions to access the labs.
The 1st training session went successfully virtual on 4th November
Even though this kind of action was supposed to be face-to-face in order to
get familiar with techniques and processes that take place at a lab or pilot scale,
the partners involved were successful preparing very comprehensible and high
quality home-made audiovisuals.
IIM-CSIC presented the production of ingredients. IPMA showed the different methods
to assess the bioactivity of ingredients. ICTAN explained the production of the
RTE product, INL presented a demonstration of the microbial kit and IRMRS screened
a video about the seaweed culture and harvest.
Seafood-Age consortium has adapted to the current circumstances of lockdown and
border closures and held its third project meeting (12M) via videoconference on
the 13th of May 2020. The meeting was organised by Eva Balsa-Canto, who acted
as Lead Partner and moderator of the meeting, consisting of a series of
sessions all day long. Twenty seven participants followed the presentations and
participated in the discussions.
morning, partners reviewed the progress achieved in the framework of the
technical work packages. Carla Pires (IPMA), Silvia Blanco/Mick Mackey
(IRMRS) and Xosé Antón Vázquez (IIM-CSIC) showed the first results of the work
performed during the previous 6 months regarding the production of ingredients
and the assessment of their bioactivity.
Carmen G. Guillén (ICTAN-CSIC) and Hayley Alter (ULANC) gave an overview on
the optimization of RTE production and the co-design workshop that have been
running respectively. Ina Bremenkamp (UCC) presented the progress on
eco-packaging solutions. Harri Määtä (OAMK) talked on the development of the
Smart Predictive Label and Pierre Rodault (TQC) proposed a plan for the
training sessions to be celebrated during the next year.
In the afternoon,
transversal work packages were presented by Uxía Vázquez (Communication), Elena
Couñago (Capitalization) and Eva Balsa-Canto (Coordination). Different aspects
were discussed and agreements were reached, thus allowing to continue
progressing despite the slowdown caused by the current pandemic, that still
keeps most of the labs closed. Several technical meetings will take place
online in the coming weeks to strengthen collaboration and move forward with
the project activities.
The Seafood-Age consortium met in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 6th and 7th of November to host the 6M Project Meeting. The meeting consisted of a 2-day event in which partners reviewed the progress achieved and designed the Execution Plan for 2020. The meeting was held at the IPMA’s premises and was co-organised by IIM-CSIC, IPMA and INXENIA.
The first day started with a Co-creation workshop led by CETMAR. The workshop aimed at exploring, together with our stakeholders, the desirable properties of Seafood-Age products (RTE seafood, eco-packaging and smart predictive labels).
In the afternoon, we discussed technical aspects related to Work Packages WP4-WP6; while WP7 and WP8 were addressed during the second day.
Transversal activities on Project coordination, Communication and Capitalization were discussed at different moments during the meeting and formally introduced the second day.
The first coordination meeting of the SEAFOOD-AGE project took place on 14 May in CETMAR’s facilities.
During the session, the eight work packages leaders presented the objectives, the responsibilities of the partners involved, a breakdown of the activities and the timetable in which they will be executed, as well as the expected results and deliverables.
This first contact served to launch the project, create working groups and start the execution of scheduled tasks.
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