The SEATRACE (SEAfood TRACEability) project aims to examine the feasibility of implementing tracking tags combined with a cloud data management system to enable...Read More.
This project will assess the feasibility of moving to electric power (either in whole or part) for small scale fisheries using new technology,...Read More.
The LEWAS (Low Emission Workboats for the Aquaculture Sector) project will identify viable, cost-effective technologies and processes, for increasing the efficiency of aquaculture...Read More.
The Eco-fish Box (Eco-fB) project concerns the development of biobased foam thermal insulation packaging as a pioneering approach to local delivery and e-commerce...Read More.
One of the biggest issues currently facing our oceans is plastic pollution. Our R&D project involves a unique partnership between a marine conservation...Read More.
Seafood Cornwall, rooted in the Cornish Fish Producers’ Organisation (CFPO) and working alongside two processing businesses, has identified two sustainable, underutilised local species...Read More.
Seaweed aquaculture has the potential to make an increasingly important contribution to our blue economy. It exploits the sea’s resources in a sustainable...Read More.
This project will investigate the potential to establish a new, commercially viable fishery that harvests king scallops using illuminated traps. In 2019, Fishtek...Read More.
Sustainable fishery management requires evidence to support decision-making. Commercial fishery catch rates are an important source of information on the abundance of exploited...Read More.
Thank you to everyone who applied to our second funding call – applicants will be notified of the outcome in due course.