for blue growth
Brittany is working to reinforce existing regional excellence, expand innovation on maritime safety and coastal management, and develop marine biotechnologies and bioresources.
The Breton R&I landscape
Already European leader in marine research, Brittany pushes forward collaborations between academics and companies, as well as international ones. It goes from marine renewable energies to hydrodynamics.
of French oceanographic research teams are based in Brittany
Université de Bretagne Occidentale
Researchers are working in a multidisciplinary approach from extreme environments of the ocean depths to maritime law. UBO is internationally ranked for Oceanography at the 13th position in the 2020 Shanghai ranking.
Université de Bretagne-Sud
At the Université de Bretagne-Sud, researchers are working on the maritime issues in an « human, sea and coastline » continuum. UBS also administrates the Pôle Mer (Sea Cluster) and is a member of the Marine Universities Network.
Station Biologique de Roscoff
Focusing on basic biology and marine biodiversity and ecosystems, Sorbonne University – Station Biologique de Roscoff is ranked at the third position for Oceanography in the 2020 Shanghai ranking.
At Agrocampus Ouest, researchers are working on issues covered both by the SIA and the SIA on “Food economy for everyone to eat well”. AO researchers are for example working on fish population monitoring in Africa and Antartica.
At IMT Atlantique, researchers are looking for ways to answer maritime issues by developing new technologies.
Researchers at Inria mobilize digital resources to develop a better understanding of the marine environment and climate change. For example, the FLUMINANCE team is engaged in the ERC Synergy STUOD project, in collaboration with IFREMER and the Imperial College (UK).
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