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Blue biotechnology

Businesses active in blue biotechnology will find an answer here to “what can ILVO do for me?”. You’ll get a brief overview of relevant expertise, analyses, infrastructure, and the professional approach that characterizes ILVO. You can contact the Marine Living Lab for specific services and questions regarding possible collaborations.

Your point of contact: Marine Living Lab ILVO’s Marine Living Lab strives for accelerated and sustainable innovation in the blue sectors, according to the principle of co-creation.

Blue biotechnology

Research projects

Blue-green strategies for climate change adaptation

To properly plan, implement, and scale up blue-green solutions, we need more knowledge about 1) the effectiveness (or side-effects) of larger-scale measures and 2) how much is needed to reduce drought risk to an acceptable level.

Blue-green strategies for climate change adaptation

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Marine Related Analyses (ANIMALAB)

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Aquaculture at sea

Blue Growth But possibly even more important in the success of mariculture is the fact that the industry also wants to be part of the blue growth. This "Blue Growth" includes offshore energy extraction, aquaculture, marine biotechnology, offshore mining and coastal defense. In other words, the sustainable exploitation of the ocean and seas.


50th Western European Fish Technologists Association (WEFTA) Conference

The theme for this year's conference is "Innovation & Biorefinery in Seafood Production and Processing" and we invite you to submit presentations under the following six important research areas in this blue biotechnology sector: Micro and macro algaeSustainable aquaculture techniques and its impact on product qualityInnovative seafood processing

Research projects

Garden 5.0

Main research questionThe Garden 5.0 project develops mission-driven STEM-trajectories where the positive impact of digitization and innovation with key technologies such as photonics, robotics, biotechnology and AI is important and necessary in order to respond to several of the United Nations' sustainable development objectives.The use of transition

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