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Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance – first marine bioproduct success

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance – first marine bioproduct success

Milestone reached: First natural cosmetics product on the market in Interreg-BSR project.

The Baltic Blue Biotechnology ALLIANCE is happy to announce that Furcella OÜ has launched its first product line, “Berrichi”. Having collaborated closely with Alliance partners for almost a year, Furcella benefitted from the project’s effective mentoring programme. The Estonian start-up brought its line of natural, algae-based anti-ageing creams to the market using a revolutionary active ingredient sourced from Baltic red algae: Furcelleran.

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4th Alliance Call for ideas

4th Alliance Call for ideas

The Baltic Sea Region’s leading marine and biotechnology institutes have joined together and are opening their doors to you: labs, brains, resources, expertise and facilities are at your disposal. We offer assistance in all kinds of areas, from scientific and technical development to contractucal and financial expertise to marketing. Together we will identify what’s needed to build your value chain and find the right partners.

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The latest InnoAquaTech newsletter is now available!

The latest InnoAquaTech newsletter is now available!

Let's kick off the new year with the latest news from the InnoAquaTech project. Whether taking care of catfish at a Danish zoo, introducing shrimp from the U.S. to a brand new RAS facility in Poland or attending conferences and matchmaking, our partners had a busy second half of 2017. 

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Blue Biotechnology in Baltic Sea Region – from Science to Business

Blue Biotechnology in Baltic Sea Region – from Science to Business

Please save the date for the international 2018 Biotechnology Conference "Blue Biotechnology in Baltic Sea Region – from Science to Business" to be held on August 22 -24, 2018 at the Alfried Krupp Wissenschaftskolleg, Greifswald, Germany.

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Nordic Seaweed Conference 2018

Nordic Seaweed Conference 2018

Join the Nordic Seaweed Conference 2018: be inspired by top speakers and gain knowhow within seaweed for feed, food, offshore cultivation, biorefinery of seaweed and much more. Register by 8 September 2018!

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DEEP Baltic Sea Challenge aims to create new blue business

DEEP Baltic Sea Challenge aims to create new blue business

DEEP, a two-track, international challenge to protect and develop the Baltic Sea will gather students, entrepreneurs, and other innovators to solve a sustainability challenge: how to create sustainable business from the Baltic Sea. The challenge has now been launched and it will culminate in a weekend-long final at Allas Sea Pool in Helsinki on the 9–11 February 2018.

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Baltic Sea Future Congress 2018

Baltic Sea Future Congress 2018

On the 8-9 March 2018 action-oriented municipalities will come together in Stockholm to meet researchers, entrepreneurs and investors to discuss a long-term sustainable collaboration for the Baltic Sea.

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New training opportunities in blue bioeconomy and biotechnology

New training opportunities in blue bioeconomy and biotechnology

The list of diverse training opportunities in blue bioeconomy and biotechnology is now online.

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RAS 500 – a small scale laboratory system for shrimp cultivation at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk

RAS 500 – a small scale laboratory system for shrimp cultivation at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk

In June 2017 a small scale RAS laboratory system for shrimp cultivation was installed at the laboratory of the Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk, for the purpose of the InnoAquaTech project pilot 2 – “Farming shrimp in Poland: Increasing the potential of recirculating aquaculture systems”.

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Bioremediation with aquatic biomass

Bioremediation with aquatic biomass

The SUBMARINER Network has identified mussel and macroalgae cultivation and harvest as possible routes to realising two of its visions for 2030: marine resources as a part of the Baltic Sea Region sustainable energy and biomass portfolio and maintaining the Baltic Sea Region’s natural capital. Mussel and algae cultivation not only alleviate eutrophication in the Baltic Sea by taking up nutrients, they are also excellent substitutes for human food and animal feed. Around the Baltic Sea, innovative projects are being implemented, where aquatic biomass play an important role in remediating eutrophication – both off and on land.

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