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10th International Seaweed Conference

15-16 September 2021

SEAGRICULTURE PARTNERS

Nord University

Nord University is committed to delivering relevant educational programmes and research, with a focus on blue and green growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, and welfare, health and education. Nord University was founded and accredited on January 1 2016 and is state-owned higher education institution.

Regional ties
Nord University has a focus on developing regional networks with communities, business and industry, which is strengthened by a decentralised model. Cooperation between the university and community and working life stimulates development, through the education of professionals and leaders and through research that contributes to economic growth.

Global perspective
Nord University has established collaborations with international partners in the High North and around the globe. Established joint degree programmes and research projects with, among others, Russia, the Ukraine and Slovakia, build on strong educational networks. Nord University admits exchange students from partner institutions from around the world and supports a lively and diverse student community. 

EABA

The general objective of the European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) is to promote mutual interchange and cooperation in the field of biomass production and use, including biofuels uses and all other utilisations. It aims at creating, developing and maintaining solidarity and links between its Members and at defending their interests at European and international level. Its main target is to act as a catalyst for fostering synergies among scientists, industrialists and decision makers in order to promote the development of research, technology and industrial capacities in the field of Algae.

North Sea Farmers

We are committed to accelerate and strengthen the impact-driven seaweed industry. This is something we cannot do by ourselves. Moreover: we don’t do it for ourselves. We do this because we are committed to create something a strong and healthy Dutch blue-economy, that will contribute to climate change solutions for many generations to come. How? By building an inclusive community for powerful collaborations throughout the value-chain of seaweed. This way we aim to stimulate open innovation and accelerate positive developments for each and everyone involved. For a radical and powerful impact.

In other words: if the seaweed sector is successful, we’re doing our job right.

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