Since 2013, SCROL has been teaching at the FIM CCI Formation center in Saint-Lô (50). This year marks 10 years of this collaboration!
SCROL has been working since last spring with the French Marine University Network (RUM) to promote university training in Marine Sciences.
Contacted at the beginning of the year, it was during the summer that the collaboration with the Estuarine and Coastal Environment Study Group (GEMEL) was formalized.
Contacted during summer, SCROL began the specifications for a new web project.
The Arago Laboratory in Banyuls (Pyrénées Orientales) houses one of the largest collections of bacteria in Europe, the Bacterial Banyuls Culture Collection, with more than 3000 strains.
With the collaboration of Dr. Ian Probert, SCROL was able to set up an ambitious catalog site which lists the resources available in several Biological Resource Centers in Europe.
After 5 alpha versions of the site, designed and developed in close collaboration with Dr.
EBB (European Marine Biological Resource Center Biobank) is a program that brings together the most important Biological Resource Centers in the Atlantic region.
Since 2013, SCROL has been teaching Drupal at the FIM CCI Formation center in Saint-Lô (50).
This summer, SCROL has moved for the third time in seven years. Working at home makes it so easy, finally. Now located at three minutes from the English Channel, SCROL is reconnecting with its roots and its interest in the sea.
After several months of tests and adjustments, two sites have been migrated to their final URL: TRACK (track-embrc.eu) and RAI (embrc-research-aquarium-infrastructure.eu).
SCROL is following Drupal 8 Developer training for 2 days, on CAEN, at the M2i Formation agency.
During 3 days, between June 9 and 12, SCROL taught Drupal 8 to the Cybermarketing Apprentice promotion of the FIM CCI Formation.
The very first beta version of NORCCA website is ready.
SCROL customers regularly need this feature, online bibliography. These last years, it was built using the Bibliography module on Drupal 7 which allows scientists to share their work online.
The BOREA laboratory has been a regular collaborator to SCROL since 2015, the year in which the first site resulting from this collaboration was published.