Sensor Globe wins Innovation award

A Canadian company that has developed a way to keep tabs on fish welfare during treatments and transfers has won the prestigious Innovation Award at the Aqua Nor trade show in Trondheim today. Sensor Globe, developed by Nova Scotia based Marin X, employs acceleration measurements alongside water quality monitoring to enhance fish welfare and reduce…

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A complete answer for disinfection

More than 30 years ago, aquaculture was identified as a possible solution to the decline in fisheries stocks Sustainability, fish welfare, biosecurity and food quality have been at the centre of this industry since then. This is when triogen® by BIO-UV Group was founded, with a goal to elevate water quality providing cutting edge chemical-free…

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Packed programme for Scottish Pavilion at Aqua Nor

The Scottish Pavilion at the Aqua Nor 2023 trade show in Trondheim this August is offering a packed programme of events and presentations. Team Scotland’s presence at Aqua Nor is being co-ordinated by Highlands and Islands Enterprise and the Marine Directorate of the Scottish Government. Tuesday 22 August, the first day of the show, begins…

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Finalists announced for Aqua Nor Innovation awards

A sensor system to monitor fish health in pens, a non-destructive testing system for salmon and trout eggs and a robot designed to clean fish tanks are the shortlisted finalists for the Aquaculture Innovation Awards. The winner will be announced at the Aqua Nor trade show in Trondheim, Norway, on Thursday 24 August. Marin X…

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A busy programme for Scotland at Aqua Nor

This August, a Team Scotland partnership comprising Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) and the Marine Directorate of the Scottish Government will provide a platform for Scottish businesses and research organisations at Aqua Nor in Trondheim. Alongside our co-exhibitors and the wider Scottish delegation, we are putting together an exciting…

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Programme shaping up for Scotland at Aqua Nor

This August, a Team Scotland partnership comprising Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) and Marine Scotland will provide a platform for Scottish businesses and research organisations at Aqua Nor in Trondheim. Alongside our co-exhibitors and the wider Scottish delegation, we are putting together an exciting programme for visitors to the…

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Join the Scottish Pavilion at Aqua Nor 2023

With only a couple of pods left on the Scottish Pavilion and an exciting programme in development, there are still opportunities to showcase your products and services at this high-profile event in Trondheim, Norway. From 22 to 24 August, a Team Scotland partnership comprising the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE)…

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LAST FEW PLACES AVAILABLE ON SCOTTISH PAVILION AT AQUA NOR

Scottish Pavilion organisers HIE and SAIC are recruiting to fill the few remaining places on the Scottish Pavilion. From 22 to 24 August, a Team Scotland partnership comprising the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), and Marine Scotland will provide a platform for Scottish businesses to showcase expertise, products and services…

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Scottish Pavilion at Aqua Nor 2023

A Scottish pavilion will return to Aqua Nor this summer, showcasing the nation’s blue economy expertise and offering aquaculture supply chain companies a chance to do business on an international stage once again. From 22 to 24 August, a Team Scotland partnership comprising the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), and…

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Scottish Pavilion confirmed for Aqua Nor 2023

Producers and suppliers from Scotland will be represented next year with a dedicated pavilion at Aqua Nor, the largest trade show for aquaculture, for the first time since 2017. Aqua Nor, a major expo and conference, will be taking place in Trondheim, Norway over 22-24 August next year. The “Team Scotland” presence is being co-ordinated…

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