In spite of some delays due to the COVID-19 crisis, the first flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) aquaculture structures and restoration tables have been set out in the Belgian part of the North Sea during the past summer months.
Touch the benefits of ocean multi-use with your own hands: join the open house day at the Middelgrunden wind farm!
So far, 2020 has not been the easiest of years, but it seems that life is going back to normal – and UNITED activities are getting back on track!
The first UNITED webinar took place on 3 June 2020. The webinar, which lasted 3 hours, introduced the project to the wider audience and it initiated a broader discussion about the topic of multi-use.
Join the interactive webinar on 3 June from 12:00 - 14:00h CEST!
What are the barriers for the large-scale rollout of ocean multi-use? The first UNITED report, led by Wageningen University and Research, answers this question.
The videos produced by the Wageningen University and Research, address the health and safety aspects of ocean multi-use solutions.
The Dutch multi-use procedure has been published, with contributions from UNITED partner Noordzeeboerderij. The procedure helps developers aiming to venture into ocean multi-use activity in wind farms.
Warming up the engines for the first concrete actions as part of the pre-operational phase.
The Research and Development Center Kiel University of Applied Sciences has a new position open.
The Horizon 2020 project UNITED had its Kick-Off meeting in Delft, the Netherlands on 27-29 January 2020.
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