Director: David Righton
Marine science and technology, innovative solutions for the aquatic environment, biodiversity and food security. Advice to UK government, international governments and other partners.
Staff: +/- 640 employees
Vessels: CEFAS Endeavour (74m)
Member representative: Philippe Moguedet
Research and expert assessments to advance knowledge on the oceans and their resources, monitor the marine environment and foster the sustainable development of maritime activities.
Staff: +/- 1464 employees
Vessels: 6 ships, 1 manned submersible, 2 ROVs and 2 AUVs
Director IMBRIW: Konstantinos Stergiou
Scientific and technological research in the fields of study and protection of the hydrosphere, its organisms, its interface with the atmosphere, the coast and the sea bottom, the physical, chemical, biological and geological conditions.
Member representative: Gianna Fabi
Research in marine science related to marine organisms, marine microbial ecology, technology and innovation, fisheries and aquaculture, integrated coastal zone management, marine spatial planning and sustainable use of resources.
Staff: +/- 150 employees
Research Director: Giovanna Marino
Scientific, technical research and advice related to several environmental sectors i.e. marine and water environments, soil, air, habitats, ecosystems and biodiversity.
Vessels: Oceanographic vessel ASTREA
Director: Oyvind Fylling-Jensen
Applied research within the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and food research. Supplies internationally renowned research and solutions that provide competitive advantages along the complete chain of value.
Staff: +/- 390 employees
Scientific research for sustainable use of fish resources in the waters in Latvia (The Baltic Sea, Gulf of Riga and inland waters) through resource assessments, monitoring of fishing fleet, fish processing and aquaculture operations and economic assessment.
Staff: +/- 400 employees
Admin. Director : Sissel Rogne
Research, advisory work and monitoring to help society to continue exploiting the valuable assets in the sea sustainably.
Staff: +/- 1000 employees
Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia, Spain
Director: Javier T. Ruiz Segura
A public research organization dedicated to marine science research, especially in relation to the scientific knowledge of the oceans, the sustainability of fishing resources and the marine environment.
Staff: +/- 700 employees
Vessels: B/O Angeles Alvarino; B/O Ramon Margalef; B/O Francisco de Paule Navarro, B/O Lura.
Member representative: Maria Anna Martins
Scientific research in ocean and atmospheric science and technology, providing technical and scientific support to the definition and implementation of national strategies and policies in these areas of expertise.
Staff: +/- 414 employees
Member representative: Xabier Irigoien
Transforms science into solutions that respond to the great challenges of the sea and food value chain, by developing sustainable products, services and business initiatives aimed at activating the industrial fabric while recovering and preserving natural resources.
Staff: +/- 249 employees
CEO: Sigurdur Gudjonsson
Research on marine and freshwater ecosystems, sustainable exploitation of stocks, ecosystem approach to fisheries management, research on fishing technology, aquaculture research and seafloor and habitat mapping.
Staff: +/- 190 employees
Two experimental fish farms.
Director: Paul Connolly
Scientific and technical advice to help inform policy and to support the sustainable development of Ireland’s marine resource.
Staff: +/- 170 employees
Deputy Head of Marine Scotland Science: Dr. Ian M. Davies
Marine Scotland is a department of the Scottish Government. Its purpose is to deliver integrated management of Scotland’s seas for prosperity and environmental sustainability. The vision of Marine Scotland is to have clean, healthy, safe productive, biologically diverse marine and coastal environments, managed to meet the long term needs of nature and people.
Staff: +/- 261 employees
Vessels: MRV Scotia (68m), MRV Alba na Mara (27m), MPVs Hirta, Jura and Minna and several inshore work boats.
Member representative: Piotr Margónski
The Institute goal is to provide a scientific basis for rational and sustainable exploitation of fish, stable level of life to the people who rely on fishing, and to maintain the natural heritage of the sea for the generations to come.
Staff: +/- 230 employees
Science director: Hans Polet
Multidisciplinary, independent research and advice related to fisheries, the marine environment, blue economy, agriculture and food.
Staff: +/- 650 employees
Vessels: RV Belgica (Belgian government), RV Simon Stevin, Zeekat (Flemish government), Stream, Last Freedom, Aquatrot, Geosurveyor.
Research Director (Seafood Technology): Hanne Digre
SINTEF Ocean conducts research and innovation relating to the ocean space for national and international industry. Our ambition is to continue Norway's leading position in marine engineering and bio marine research. Together with the industry and government, we are developing future-orientated solutions for sustainable utilisation of the ocean.
Staff: +/- 336 employees
Head of department of aquatic resources (SLU Aqua): Noel Holmgren
Research to increase knowledge and understanding of the Swedish marine, lake and aquatic ecosystems to enhance environmental quality and improved management of aquatic resources.
Staff: +/- 190 employees
Vessels: R/V Asterix; R/V Svea; SLU Aqua Sailor, R/V Hålabben; Elritsan; Klabben.
Director: Tammo Bult
Independent scientific research, advice, sustainable management, use and protection of natural resources in marine, coastal and freshwater areas.
Staff: +/- 200 employees
Vessels: Tridens, Isis, Stern, Luctor, Krukel, Harder, Phoca, Asterias (Dutch government). RV Pelagia; RV Navicila; Simon Stevens, Polarstern (NIOZ/AWI). 't Zilvervisje; RIB Scheurrak (WMR).
EFARO on innovations in Marine Data collection and consequences for advice and management. See a short video here.
EFARO on challenges facing the blue bioeconomy. EFARO's President and Executive secretary spoke to The Innovation Platform about some of the challenges facing the blue bioeconomy. Interested in this interview? See here.
EFARO Seminar 2020 cancelled. Due to the rapid developments surrounding the CORONA Pandemic, the decision has been made to cancel the EFARO Seminar 2020 on 27th May, Brussels.
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15 May 2019
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