27 May 2022
WEEKLY NEW - 27 May
This week's Ocean / Blue Economy Innovation Roundup:
- Carbon capture is headed for the high seas.
Startup Seabound is gearing up to help decarbonize the big boats already in the water.
- Robot samples environmental DNA to monitor ocean health.
Using autonomous underwater robot technology to survey the biodiversity of the Earth's oceans.
- World Bank approves 350-mln-USD loan to spur Morocco's blue economy.
Aims to create more economic growth & employment while improving sustainability and resilience of natural resources and food security.
- Kelp Mitigates Ocean Acidification, a Key to the Health and Abundance of Important Shellfish.
Study reveals findings that combat climate change and apply to emerging oyster aquaculture methods.
- Into the ocean twilight zone.
How new technology is revealing the secrets of an under-researched undersea world.
- Scorpio Invests in Battery Startup BrittishVolt to Accelerate Maritime Applications.
Investment is designed to accelerate green propulsion and potential power storage solutions.
- Is Plant-Based Fish Made From Food Industry By-Products The Future Of Alt-Seafood?
Tempeh Startup Better Nature Says Yes.
- Smart technology for the aquaculture industry.
New technology allows marine farmers to check crops remotely.
- UK confirms £12 million for zero-emission technologies.
Funding will kickstart decarbonisation innovation in the maritime sector and tackle shipping emissions.
- Kelp Is Weirdly Great at Sucking Carbon Out of the Sky
The start-up Running Tide wants to use kelp buoys to fight climate change. Will it really work?
- Blue Bio Value Acceleration are looking for early-stage impact startups.
Do you have a commercially viable projects that represent a business opportunity along the value chain of marine bioresources? Then apply no later than 30th of May.
and then this:
- "Scallop Disco"
A new environmentally friendly fishing method catching scallops.
Have a Great Weekend!
The OCEANOVATION Team.