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Benefits for everyone!

Monday, 20 June 2016

Find out how a college centre for technology transfer contributes to regional development, consolidates the industry, valorises teaching and equips students for the realities of the labour market.

Video clip (French) by WG Productions ( © 2016 


Optimal internship

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Boundless motivation for an intern working on a five-year research program, backed by a $2.3 million investment and calling for the cooperation of five CCTTs. Sparkling testimonial from Marie-Ève Gouin-Champagne, DCS student, Aquaculture Technology.

Information: Isabelle Gendron-Lemieux

Vidéo clip (French) by WG Productions ( © 2016

La culture de la laminaire sucrée au Québec

Friday, 13 May 2016

Un jardin sous la mer - Algaegoémonkombuvarech. Les algues sont récoltées du Japon à la Bretagne en passant par les Îles scandinaves, et ce, depuis la nuit des temps. On peut remonter le fil des connaissances de l’homme concernant les algues sur plus de 2000 ans. Comme pour de nombreux autres végétaux, l’homme a vu le besoin d’en faire la culture. Pour information : Éric Tamigneaux et Isabelle Gendron-Lemieux

Palme Production ( • Réalisation, tournage et montage : André-Claude Boudreau • Musique : Martin Hogan, Le Studio de la Vieille Usine

Experiments underway!

Thursday, 05 May 2016

When the communicators of tomorrow meet the new generation of scientists – A video clip, prepared by students in the Arts, Literature and Communication program under the oversight of teacher Joël Arseneau, featuring Lisandre Solomon, teacher and researcher, and graduates of the Natural Science program at the Magdalen Islands campus of the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles. Via their respective research projects conducted as part of the comprehensive assessment activity for their program, the students helped perform scientific experiments meeting real challenges facing the industry and even the planet! They presented the outcome of their work during the 24 hours of science event.

Video clip (French) by students in the Arts, Literature and Communication program, Magdalen Islands campus of the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles


Scallop lantern tray washer

Friday, 14 November 2014

This odd machine that looks somewhat like a miniature car wash is used to quickly and thoroughly clean Japanese lantern trays, structures that scallops are held in during the rearing cycle. The device guarantees a quality cleaning and cuts the time needed for this task by a 3:1 ratio. It is ergonomic and easy to use. 

Information: Daniel Leblanc, mariculture engineering technician

Lobster, the Movie

Monday, 10 March 2014

What happens inside a lobster trap on the seabed? How many welcome and unwelcome visitors come to snack on the valuable bait?

Statistics •10 fishing days •188 hours of video •10 lobsters trapped representing 12,2% of observed lobsters •72 lobsters seen, but untrapped •79,3% of the observations were made between 8 pm and 9 am •90% of lobsters were trapped between 8 pm and 9 am •More than 700 cunners enterd the traps during 10 fishing days. •More than 1500 bites on the bait were taken by the cunners. •12 rock crabs entered the trap, and ate the bait during 657 minutes (Images recorded in 2013) Jean-François Laplante, project leader

Scallop dredge

Monday, 10 March 2014

Seeking the best vantage point from which to film the behaviour of scallops while dredging is underway.

Images recorded in fall 2012 on the seabed southwest of the Magdalen Islands using an HD trawl camera by Lisandre Solomon, project leader  

Front section of a trawl

Friday, 28 February 2014

Project to reduce the impact of the bobbins line on the seabed

The escape behaviour of the fish can be seen in this video recording.

Images recorded off Mont-Louis, Gaspé Peninsula, in July 2013 by Damien Grelon, project leader, using a trawl camera.


Bobbins line

Friday, 28 February 2014

These images were recorded as part of a research project studying ways to reduce the impact of the bobbins line (front section of a trawl) on the seabed.

In summer 2013, Damien Grelon, project leader, used a trawl camera to record trawling operations off Mont-Louis on the Gaspé Peninsula.


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