The culmination of the hugely successful INMARE project marks a new beginning for industrial enzyme biodiscovery!

17 May 2019

INMARE, an exciting and innovative Horizon 2020 funded marine biodiscovery project - in which Seascape Belgium were a partner - came to an extremely successful conclusion in March 2019. Seascape would like to extend their congratulations to the entire INMARE project team at the end of their four-year journey to revolutionise enzyme biodiscovery!

A new director joins the Seascape Belgium team

07 January 2019

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Dr Kate Larkin as Director of Seascape Belgium and Deputy Head of the EMODnet Secretariat. Bringing her marine science expertise together with skills in project management, scientific editing, science communication and stakeholder engagement, Kate's arrival is a great addition to our diverse and qualified team. 

Seascape staff main organisers of EOOS Conference

21 November 2018

Seascape Belgium staff prepare for first day of the EOOS Conference (21-23/11/2018, Brussels). This event brings together and connect diverse ocean observing stakeholder communities, from science, public authorities, industries including fisheries, energy, transport, and wider society.

David Johnson wins IMarEST 2017 International Award

13 November 2018

David Johnson has been awarded the 2017 Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology (IMarEST) International award. The International award recognises an individual who has undertaken activities or actions to help developing countries improve their ability to comply with international rules and standards relating to marine safety and the protection of the environment or a contribution to human resources development or institutional capacity-building.

Seascape Belgium wins the renewal of the coordination of EMODnet's Secretariat

20 September 2017

September 2017, Seascape Belgium together won the renewal of the coordination of EMODnet's Secretariat for an initial period of two years (once renewable with another two years) following the call of tender ''EASME/EMFF/2017/005: Secretariat for EMODnet and European Ocean Observing System''.