SEAFOODTOMORROW is a new, €7m European Union Horizon 2020-funded project that aims to develop innovative sustainable solutions for improving the safety and dietary properties of seafood in Europe. Addressing the challenge to meet the growing market need for safe and sustainable seafood, the project will generate new knowledge to develop commercial solutions for improving the socio-economic and environmental sustainability of the European seafood production and processing industry.
The Galician Government and the canning association ANFACO-CECOPESCA (National Association of Canned Fish Producers) presented a strategic plan for the Galician canning industry that will serve as a guide until 2020 so that this sector consolidates its leadership.
Iván Rodríguez Verde, researcher at Cetaqua Galicia, successfully defended his doctoral thesis “Strategies to optimize anaerobic co-digestion of complex organic wastes” at the Escola Superior de Enxeñaría de Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela on May 24th. This research has been developed within the doctorate programme in Chemical and Environmental Engineering.
TheTechnical Day “Decentralized water treatments: challenges of industry”, organized by the Unidad Mixta CIGAT (Galician Innovation Center for Advanced Water Treatment Systems), will be held the next March 28th in the City of Culture Of Santiago de Compostela.