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As the global population continues to grow, the pressure to meet the increasing demand for food has never been greater. The Spain-based start-up Ficosterra offers a ground-breaking solution that maximises crop production while minimising the ecological footprint. Their secret weapon? Seaweed.

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Leveraging expertise in artificial intelligence (AI) and marine biology, BiOceanOr, a French start-up, is using AI technologies to help manage water quality and promote sustainable practices. They have developed AquaREAL, a unique service predicting water quality.

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The BlueInvest Investor Report 2024 shows a remarkable increase in blue economy investments in recent years. Findings show that an investment ecosystem to support blue economy innovation is taking shape, and the BlueInvest initiative has been a driving force behind this change.  

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Tuna is the most appreciated aquatic food item in the EU. Worldwide, the consumption of tuna species amounts to 7.5 million tonnes per year, equalling to a global tuna market value of € 36 billion per year. Unfortunately, this consumption is fully based on wild catch as reproduction of tuna in farms

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Magallanes Renovables, a pioneering Spanish renewable energy company, is tapping into the vast potential of tidal energy - thanks to BlueInvest. Their mission revolves around engineering, designing, and manufacturing colossal floating platforms capable of generating clean, 100% predictable energy

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WSense is a deep-tech company bringing innovation to underwater monitoring and communication systems. Through their patented technologies, they have pioneered the 'Underwater Internet of Things' and enable wireless underwater communication.

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Navigation officer on watch during cargo operations. Image generated with Artificial Intelligence ©chiew/stock.adobe.com
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eyeGauge, a French-Singaporean firm, brings digital innovation to the maritime industry. Through their unified data platform, they can make any equipment “smart” – “without changing a thing”. The platform allows any kind of user to monitor a ship’s performance, fuel consumption, emissions, and

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Aerial top view of container freight cargo ship. ©APchanel/stock.adobe.com
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What if there was a way to digitise the marine commerce sector through artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)? Seaber, a Finnish maritime software company, empowers ship and cargo owners with advanced tools to streamline commercial planning processes.

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