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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

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Marine Related Analyses (ANIMALAB)

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Themes

Marine production and the marine environment

Marine production and the sustainable exploitation of the marine environment are becoming more important in the blue economy.

Endocrine disruptors, algae toxins and pharmaceuticals are also possible areas of research.Blue biotechnology Blue biotech is one of the five sectors of the EU 'Blue Growth' initiative to further exploit the potential of the European oceans, seas and coasts. ILVO supports the further development of blue biotechnology.

Marine production is becoming more important within the blue economy.

Marine production is gaining importance in the context of the ‘blue economy’, partly through the developments around ‘blue growth’ and ‘blue biotech’. Within ILVO, fisheries and the sustainable exploitation of the marine environment remain an important line of research.

Living Labs

Marine Living Lab

The Marine Living Lab strives for accelerated and sustainable innovation in the blue sectors. Concrete questions from these sectors are picked up and developed into a customized solution or project together with suitable partners.

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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