CuanTec are a small company in Scotland with a circular economy approach. They take shells from the fishery industry, the bits of scampi that you don’t eat and turn it into compostable anti-microbial food packaging that makes your food last longer, avoiding plastic and food waste at the same time.
The EMBRIC Transnational Access (TA) program supports research projects in marine biotechnology. It provides researchers from academia and industry with access to Research services for marine biotech at its partner institutes (Access Providers) to enable them to carry out their research projects on marine organisms.
With one of the longest coastlines in Europe, Scotland has a fantastic natural resource on it doorstep: seaweed. And it’s good stuff. In fact, the seaweed industry is the fastest-growing of all aquaculture sectors, with an annual growth rate of 10% and a value in excess of $5bn.
Central to the Animal Health Investment Forum 2018 held in London this week was the Innovation Showcase: a presentation of new and innovative technologies within the aquaculture, livestock and companion animal health markets.
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