Projects : On-going projects :

Project "InnoAquaTech"


"InnoAquaTech: Development and transfer of innovative and sustainable aquaculture technologies in theSouth Baltic area" (South Baltic Programme).

The objective of the main project is to increase the innovation capacity of the blue and green economy in the South Baltic Region by improving the cross-border development and transfer of innovative and sustainable aquaculture technologies and ensuring SMEs all over the region access to know-how and competences in the field.

This increased innovation capacity of South Baltic SMEs in aquaculture related sectors will be achieved through two parallel processes:

1. Identification and adjustment of available aquaculture technologies to specific conditions of the South Baltic regio;
2. Offering SMEs a number of services which will be developed and tested within the main project for the target group to use and implement, also beyond the project lifetime.

The main project will focus on the most appropriate technologies for promoting suitable forms of aquaculture within the participating regions as they have to comply to a multiple set of criteria regarding sustainability, cost-efficiency, legal conditions and marketability of products.

Project duration: July 2015 - October 2015.

Project budget: 40 000,00 EUR.

Lead Partner - BioCon Valley (Ltd), Germany.

Project partners:

  • AgroTech A/S Holeby (Denmark);
  • Maritime Institute in Gdansk (Poland);
  • University of Gdańsk (Poland);
  • Klaipeda Science and Technology Park (Lithuania).




Part-financed by the European Union
(European Regional Development Fund


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Vytautas Grubliauskas

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