Massimo Boyer, partner of Zero Pixel, held a workshop at the prestigious MaRHE Center of the University of Milano-Bicocca, a research center where University researchers can collaborate with Maldivian colleagues for the study of new solutions for development sustainable.
Marine biologist and research doctor in Sea Science, Massimo Boyer has collaborated with the Polytechnic University of Marche and the University of Genoa. He is also a photographer and diving instructor. He lived for years in Indonesia, dealing with diving for scientific and tourist purposes. He is also responsible for the editing of Scubazone and Scubaportal’s permanent collaborator, both owned by Zero Pixel.
Massimo held a workshop entitled “Tropical Marine Fish: Identification and Ecology” at the Marine Research and High Education Center (MaRHE Center) on Magoodhoo Island in the Maldives Archipelago.
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Workshop in the Maldives with the University of Milan-Bicocca