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Mission-Oriented Research and Innovation in the European Union
EC funded exchange opportunities through EURASTiP - APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: read more
9th Call for Access now OPEN
Harnessing Research and Innovation for FOOD 2030: A science policy dialogue
Food from the Oceans - How can more food and biomass be obtained from the oceans in a way that does not deprive future generations of their benefits?
Public consultation on next EU Research & Innovation programme
Our Vision for the future of European Aquaculture - 2017
Weiden, 20-22 November - Transnational Seminar : Integrating aquaculture within local communities
Read now the conclusions of the ERASMUS+ HealthyFISH project
EATiP @ AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2017 - Dubrovnik, Croatia 
Minutes of the last meeting now available
Annual General Meeting - Brussels, 7 & 8 June 2017. Presentations now online.
Improving fishmonger’s training along Europe
'Farmed in Europe' - Presentations online
EATiP initiates the review of its Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda
Presentations are online
Discover the newly launched
Minutes available with online presentations
News and results update of the ARRAINA project
DG RTD Marine Resources Unit is hosting two debate sessions at the ESOF, Manchester (UK) on 26&27 July 2016
Marine Microbiome - Discovery & Innovation Conference - Berlin, from 27-30 June
Participate in the MARIBE Advisory Sessions - 13, 14, 15, 16 June 2016 - Brussels
Brussels, 24 May 2016 - Press release - Launch of "Aquaculture online"
6-8 April 2016 • World Trade Centre, Barcelona, Spain
EATiP Working Group on International Cooperation, 22 October 2015
Working Groups of the EATiP
NTNU and SINTEF opened their Brussels Offices
Carp Conference - Vodnany, Czech Republik, September 2015
Symposium and Industry-Science Brokerage – Genetics in Aquaculture Iinformation both on the International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture but also on the brokerage possibilities available at the meeting to promote industry-science cooperation and effective technology transfer.
Technical Guide to Aquaculture Feed Ingredients now available online
The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers published its annual report 2015
FARMED IN THE EU Learning about European aquaculture, a new school project - at EXPO Milan 2015
Key Achievements Booklet 4 and final
Presentations and Report included
10-12 June 2015, Riga, Latvia
Brussels, 9 June 2015
ECOAQUA workshop in Gran Canaria July, 13th-16th July: Register now and complete the online survey
Expand your horizons!
Solutions for harmonized environmental sustainability in the European food chain
A new study from the European Parliament: The Long-Term Economic and Ecologic Impact of Larger Sustainable Aquaculture
CommNet’s 3rd Bioeconomy Forum & Final Conference - Brussels, 2-3 Dec 2014
The Environment and Maritime Affairs and Fisheries portfolios have been combined - New Commissioner Mr. Karmenu Vella
Third Bioeconomy Stakeholders Conference - Torino, 8&9 October 2014
27/05/2014 - AAC - Adoption of an Interim Executive Committee
Aquatnet Annual Event 2014, Malta 26 & 27 June
Commissioner Damanaki welcomes EMFF agreement
"If aquaculture did not exist we would have to invent it" Commissioner Maria Damanaki, DG MARE. 2010
Public information on the introduction and launch of Horizon 2020
EATiP recognised as European Technology Platform
Mediterraneon - indicators for sustainable aquaculture in the Mediterranean basin
Covering the wide scope of European policies and legislation that affect European aquaculture, focus is given to how the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy could affect development.
Watch the video introducing the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform
Read the EC Press Release on the Strategic Guidelines

 Welcome to the  website of the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP).

EATiP is an international non-profit association dedicated to DEVELOPING, SUPPORTING and PROMOTING aquaculture and, especially and specifically, technology and innovation in aquaculture in Europe so as to:

  • Establish a strong relationship between aquaculture and the consumer
  • Assure a sustainable aquaculture industry
  • Consolidate the role of aquaculture in society

EATiP has been designed to include all members of the European aquaculture value chain - from suppliers through producers to processors within the profession, accompanied by leading research groups and key representative organisations. EATiP's structure thus assures balanced representation and equilibrium in its scope and activities. Within the EATiP all relevant stakeholders in European aquaculture come together to address and resolve the challenges that lie ahead through a concerted and dedicated approach.

EATiP is a European Technology Platform 

Read the EATiP Vision and the Review

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