(Blog) Novel data and predictive analytics for supporting sustainable (IMTA) production
Article produced by WINGS. The overall objective of IMPAQT is to develop and validate in-situ a multi-purpose (inland, coastal and offshore productions), multi-sensing (heterogeneous sensors and new/emerging technologies) and multi-functional […]
(Blog) Data Science, non-invasive instruments, and IT for the Seafood Quality Assessment in the aquaculture sector.
Article produced by Anastasia Lytou, and George-John Nychas from the Laboratory of Microbiology & Biotechnology of Foods, Dept. of Food Science & Human Nutrition, from the Agricultural University of Athens. […]
On March, IMPAQT team prepared several materials and activities for an effective knowledge transfer. Moreover, collaborative work on the Intelligent Management System and IMTA is constatly progressing. This and […]
Aquaculture Europe is a meeting place for the sustainable development of aquaculture and organized by the European Aquaculture Society (EAS). This year EAS celebrates AE2020 on-line and it will take [...]
(BLOG) Making an IMPAQT: Ecosystem Services and Circularity
Article produced by Leitat. In IMPAQT project, Leitat is implementing a sustainable assessment methodology where environmental, social, and economic aspects are included and interrelated. Under the environmental perspective, ecosystem services [...]
(BLOG) Road to efficient aquaculture and IMTA production
Article produced by SAMS. As part of Work Package 1 ‘Framework Specification and Architecture Design’ SAMS has been leading the completion of two deliverable documents in IMPAQT’s first year. Deliverable [...]
The EUMOFA “Blue bioeconomy report” 2020 edition is online!
The European Market Observatory for fisheries and aquaculture (EUMOFA) is a market intelligence tool on the European Union fisheries and aquaculture sector, developed by the European Commission. It aims to […]
(BLOG) A New Model of Aquaculture: Growing Different Species Together to Create a More Balanced Environmental System
Blog produced and published by Leitat. The original blog can be found here. The main idea about IMPAQT project is to foster integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA), meaning to grow different species together to […]
The IMPAQT platform was launched at the Marine Institute’s Lehanagh Pool IMTA pilot site
The Impaqt platform was launched at the Marine Institute’s Lehanagh Pool IMTA pilot site yesterday (20/04/2020), measuring nutrients and environmental parameters to help progress IMTA in Europe. Take a look […]
An interview to discover IMTA´ Site in Scotland: Port-a-Bhuiltin
Key points about this IMTA site in Ireland Name of the site: Port-a-Bhuiltin Location: West Coast of Scotland, United Kingdom Type of aquaculture production: Coastal Provided by: SAMS (The Scottish Association […]
An interview to discover IMTA´ Site in China: Sanggou Bay
Key points about this IMTA site in China Type of site: Bay-scale commercial IMTA site Location: Sanggou Bay, Shandong province, China Type of aquaculture production: Coastal aquaculture Provided by: YSFRI – […]
An interview to discover IMTA´ Site in Ireland: Lehanagh Pool
Key points about this IMTA site in Ireland Name of the site: Lehanagh Pool Location: Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland Type of aquaculture production: Coastal aquaculture Provided by: Marine Institute Take a […]
An interview to discover IMTA´ Site in Ireland: Keywater Fisheries
Key points about this IMTA site in Ireland Name of the site: Keywater Fisheries Location: Cloonloo, Co. Sligo, Ireland Type of aquaculture production: Inland Freshwater Provided by: Marine Institute This IMTA site was […]
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