Marine biotechnology

Project title: SeaBioTech

Partners: Strathclyde University UK, Ingenza UK, Prokazyme, PharmaQ Norway, Axxam Spa, Italy, Lund University, Julius-Maximilians University of Würzburg Germany, Hellenic Center for Marine Research, Greece, The Scottich Association for Marine Science, UK, Novamen SAS France, VTT Finland.

Research Fund: EU FP7

Initial year: 2012

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Guðmundur Óli Hreggviðsson

Strategic Scientist

The SeaBioTech project focused on research and development in marine biotechnology.

Ways were developed to utilize marine biotechnology in the production of medicines, cosmetics, the production of target foods and chemical production, and for use in aquaculture.

The bioactivity of substances from seafood was studied and defined and utilization possibilities explored.

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