Farmed seafood is an important source of protein for food and feeds with a low-carbon footprint which has an important role to play in helping to build a sustainable food system. A strategic and long-term approach for the sustainable growth of a resilient EU aquaculture is, therefore, more relevant today than ever. However, the efficient and cost-effective control of pathogens remains among the main challenges for the sector, particularly relevant for Europe, where there is a great variety of species and production systems, which hinders the implementation of good husbandry practices tailored to each aquatic species. Through active engagement with key stakeholders, Cure4Aqua aims to jointly improve the resilience of EU aquaculture under environmental, biological, and socio-economic stress, by improving aquatic animal health and welfare and supporting the environmentally friendly, inclusive, safe, and healthy production of seafood.
Seafood; Feed; Aquaculture
Biologicke centrum AV CR, v.v.i. (BCAS) (Czech Republic), Thalassa Limited (UK), Rodger Hamish, Vet-Aqua International (VAI) (Ireland), Moredun Research Institute (UK), ERINN Innovation (Ireland), Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (Greece), Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (Denmark), Kobenhavns Universitet (Denmark), NOVAPTECH (France), The University Court of the University of Aberdeen (UK), Panepistimio Kritis (Greece), Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Sveuciliste U Splitu Medicinski Fakultet (Croatia), Politécnico de Leiria (Portugal), Aquatic Biologicals Private Company (Greece), Nord Universitet (Norway), Swansea University (UK), Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), Stiftung Tieraerztliche Hochschule Hannover (Germany), Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (Spain), Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Galaxidi Marine Farm AE (Greece), BIOCEANOR (France), Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine (UK), Prorata S.A. (Greece), Wylegarnia Ryb Dabie, Krzysztof Grecki i Jacek Juchniewicz (Poland), Veterinaermedizinische Universitaet Wien (Austria), Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich (Switzerland), TissueLabs Sagl (Switzerland), Pathovet AG (Switzerland), Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso (Chile)
MARE-Polytechnic of Leiria: Teresa Baptista – firstname.lastname@example.org
124.925,00€ (MARE-Polytechnic of Leiria)| Horizon Europe Programme // Duration 2022-2027
Project Website: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101084204