Partners

Seagriculture EU

18 - 20 June 2024

Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

Partners

We would like to express our gratitude to our partners:

AlgaeCenter Denmark

AlgaeCenter Denmark is a collaboration between four instututions: Aarhus University, Danish Technological Institute, Copenhagen University and the Kattegatcentre. The consortium formed in 2010 under which a number of research projects operate. The purpose of AlgeCenter Danmark is to find out how algae can be used as a new resource in a world where traditional resources are under pressure. A number of research projects serve to find out how algae can be used for sustainable energy, food, medicine and food ingredients.

Research Council Faroe Islands

Research Council Faroe Islands is a public institute which funds research and innovation from the Faroese national budget and from other sources. The Research Council provides guidance and advice for applicants seeking funding from sources administered by the council. The Research Council hosts the Faroese National Contact Point service for Horizon Europe and is Bridgehead Organisation of the Faroese EURAXESS services. It also represents the Faroe Islands in NordForsk and other international cooperations. The Research Council acts as the secretariat for the Council for Research, Development and Innovation which provides the government with strategic consultancy on research, development and innovation. The Research Council works in close cooperation with Statistics Faroe Islands on producing, collecting and analysing statistics for research and innovation.

Iceland Ocean Cluster

The Iceland Ocean Cluster is a world leader in supporting, connecting, incubating, investing, and growing startups that create value from material formerly considered waste. For over a decade, the Cluster has been a driving force in connecting the dots between the blue economy and entrepreneurs with great ideas on utilizing our sustainable wild catch and farmed seafood further – pushing them to do more with less. 

The Ocean Cluster in Reykjavik is a community of over 70 companies and entrepreneurs in the blue economy. It includes companies in aquaculture, fish sales, marine technology, software, design, biotechnology, cosmetics, and more. 

Norwegian Seaweed Association (NSA)

Norwegian Seaweed Association (NSA) was established in 2021, after merging two regional seaweed networks. NSA currently has around 30-member organizations, where the majority are seaweed cultivators. Together with 50 associated stakeholders from R&D, customers and suppliers, NSA has formed the Norwegian Seaweed Cluster (NSC). NSC works on common challenges for an emerging industry, ranging from production technology and quality, to establishing regulatory framework and markets for seaweed.

Scottish Seaweed Industry Association (SSIA)

The Scottish Seaweed Industry Association (SSIA) is an industry member organization dedicated to the growth and innovation of the seaweed industry. They are committed to the sustainability of the industry by promoting research, educational programs, and advocacy. Their members come from all sectors of the industry, ranging from seaweed harvesters to processors and distributors.

World Wildlife Fund

As the world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in nearly 100 countries. At every level, they collaborate with people around the world to develop and deliver innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and the places in which they live.

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