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The BEA leads and collaborates in several research projects based on applied marine biotechnology, bioremediation, conservation and monitoring of toxic algae (HABs). Current projects are listed below.

REBECA

Red de Excelencia en Biotecnología Azul.

SABANA

Sustainable Algae Biorefinery for Agriculture and Aquaculture.

MIMAR

Seguimiento, control y mitigación de cambios en los ecosistemas marinos de la Macaronesia.

SPITERM

Diseño y desarrollo experimental para la producción de Spirulina empleando recursos geotérmicos de baja entalpía.

IS_MIRRI21

Implementation & Sustainability of Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure for 21st Century”

NEWTECHAQUA

New Technologies, Tools and Strategies for a Sustainable, Resilient and Innovative European Aquaculture

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NewTechAqua intends to expand and diversify EU production of finfish, molluscs and microalgae by developing and validating technologically-advanced, resilient and sustainable new solutions. The organizational approach of NewTechAqua is to group the solutions in 6 different categories: feed, Industry 4.0, sustainable farming, genetics, new species and new products. They will be validated on conventional (Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, seabass and seabream) and emerging (greater amberjack, meagre, Senegalese sole and grey mullet) finfish species, molluscs (Pacific oyster, mussel) and microalgae.

ATICCuA

Technological Applications based on Intelligent Lighting and the Internet of Things to Microalgae Cultures

The BEA also participates in projects to support R&D companies, entrepreneurs through the Blue Biotechnology and Aquaculture Platform (BIOASIS Gran Canaria).

BIOASIS

Plataforma de Biotecnología Azul y Acuicultura.

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Associates

Unión Europea

SPEGC

Gobierno de Canarias

BIOASIS

Contact

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