Ahead of the kick-off meeting of the Alliance+, the extension project of the Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance (Alliance) planned for 29-30 August, two brochures have been published.
The Interreg BSR newsletter highlights the importance of the Baltic Blue Growth project mentioned by Commissioner Karmenu Vella at the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.
The SUBMARINER Network project Baltic Blue Growth was highlighted in an article published in the French aquaculture magazine “Cultures Marines” (in French).
Justyna Kobos representing the ALLIANCE case “bloom” was interviewed by the Polish TV channel TVN about the situation of cyanobacteria in the Baltic Sea.
Blue Center Gotland is working on the potential of algae in the food sector.
This is the final newsletter in the scope of the InnoAquaTech project and yet another summer has come and with it some final announcements from the consortium.
The purpose of the investment brochure is to help potential investors in preliminary decision-making, presenting the resources that are needed. The brochure is also for investors who have no previous experience in aquaculture. The report explains the basic terms used in this sector, the basic technical and technological description of African catfish and whiteleg shrimp cultivation.
Farming finfish, shellfish and aquatic plants is one of the world’s fastest growing food sectors, and we are frequent consumers of aquaculture products. But the products rarely come from our local market and we know little about them. This is especially true when it comes to crustaceans.
In the WP4 of the InnoAquaTech project, an activity is dedicated to design a business plan of a South-Baltic Aquaculture Network that will deliver the InnoAquaTech Service Offer to SMEs beyond the course of the project (July 2019).