INTEGRATE fosters cooperation for industrial transition towards Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) in the Atlantic Area

INTEGRATE will participate in the INNOVAZUL event within the sustainability session

INTEGRATE will participate in the INNOVAZUL event within the sustainability session that will take place on the 29th of December from 12:00 to 13:00 at the Cadiz Congress Center (Palacio de Congresos).

Erik-jan Malta, Head of the Applied Research Department at Ctaqua Centro Tecnológico de Acuicultura (CTAQUA) will be responsible for representing the INTEGRATE project within the International Meeting of Knowledge and Blue Economy.

As project leader, he will introduce us to the world of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) from a sustainable point of view and explain the challenges and advances expected in the INTEGRATE project in this new phase of extension aimed at capitalisation.

InnovAzul is the meeting point for professionals from the Blue Economy sectors to promote innovation, knowledge transfer and the exchange of innovative  technological solutions that increase the competitiveness of industry and society.

This international meeting will promote the creation of networks and the exchange of best practices in transformative innovation policies and will contribute to aligning the business and research sectors, as well as defining the new roadmap for the Blue Economy innovation ecosystem.

At InnovAzul, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate, organise B2B meetings, network, find new partners, establish strategic alliances and synergies, as well as showcase innovative initiatives, solutions and projects that contribute to the sustainability towards a Blue and Green Economy.

We look forward to seeing you and sharing all about IMTA at this international meeting. All the programme is available in the following link: