Seagriculture EU 2023: Shaping the Future of the Seaweed Industry

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Seagriculture EU 2023

This year’s Seagriculture European conference in Trondheim, Norway on June 21 & 22 will bring together leading experts, researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs from various fields within the seaweed industry.

The conference program is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the seaweed industry, from the latest research to practical applications in the marketplace. With a diverse range of sessions, the conference provides an opportunity for attendees to learn from experts in the field, network with industry professionals, and stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the seaweed industry.

A Unique Conference

The conference has gathered top speakers to share their know-how within seaweed for feed, food, offshore cultivation, investment and business aspects as well as biorefinery of seaweed and much more. The program includes five keynote speakers, six plenary sessions and a panel discussion. In addition, there will be two site visits on June 20: the walking seaweed tour at Korsvika beach and a visit to the laboratories of SINTEF and NTNU.

Other major elements of Seagriculture include:

  • Poster Presentations: Researchers are welcome to present their posters at Seagriculture EU 2023 and show their projects to other professionals in the industry.
  • Trade Show: Companies active in the seaweed industry will showcase their services & products. Contact for exhibitor information.
  • Seaweed Happy Hour: The Seaweed Happy Hour offers the unique opportunity to taste seaweed products while networking and exchanging information with other professionals in the industry.
  • Conference Dinner: The dinner on the first evening of the conference will provide the opportunity to meet luminaries and network with other conference delegates.

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