Blue Biotech

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A term of art referring to the application of molecular biological methods to marine and freshwater life, using marine organisms, and their derivatives, to increase seafood supply and safety, control proliferation of noxious water-borne organisms, and develop new drugs
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Tenders are invited for audit service and cost control of the project blue biotechnology the road was innovation on human~~s health aiming smart growth in atlantic area with acronym bluehuman and project number: eapa_151 / 2016, within the framework of the interreg atlantic space program
In his powerpoint presentation, Rear Admiral (retd) Md Khurshid Alam termed the Bay of Bengal as the third neighbour and highlighted some of the aspects of blue economy like marine aquaculture, blue biotechnology, marine genetic resource, maritime transport shipping, coastal shipping, and introduction of long-line fishing, cruise line tourism, offshore wind energy and seabed mining.
The topics are blue biotechnology: a rapidly developing and evolving sector of the blue economy, options and technologies for blue biotechnology, enabling conditions, and recommendations.
As governments around the world look for pathways to economic recovery, many are looking towards the oceans, drawn by the 'blue gold' that might be found in offshore wind farms, undersea mining, blue biotechnology or aquaculture.
GMOs have been used for so many years in medicine (red biotechnology) (medicine), industry (white biotechnology) and aquaculture products (blue biotechnology).
These sectors are: marine renewable energy, aquaculture, blue biotechnology, coastal tourism and sea bed mining.
It reiterates the broad lines of the Commission's Blue growth' communication, including the five high-potential sectors that should be given priority for EU support: the production of offshore renewable energy, aquaculture, blue biotechnology, coastal tourism and seabed mining.
The declaration paves the way for a set of Commission initiatives to explore and develop growth potential in the areas of coastal and maritime tourism, ocean energy, blue biotechnology, marine mineral mining, as well as provide strategic guidelines on aquaculture.
The Blue Biotechnology Revolution was poised to provide solutions to the health and food supply problems of mankind as new technologies opened up the deep seas for exploration and the discovery of new chemicals and other resources.
For the purposes of the report, the blue economy represents all economic activities related to oceans, seas or coastal areas, such as fisheries, aquaculture and tourism as well as emerging industries, like ocean energy and blue biotechnology. In several EU member states, the blue economy has grown faster than the national economy in the last decade.
Objective: The GENIALG project aims to boost the Blue Biotechnology Economy (BBE) by increasing the production and sustainable exploitation of two high-yielding species of the EU seaweed biomass: the brown alga Saccharina latissima and the green algae Ulva spp.
The project will address new developments in the area of diagnostic and treatment tools based on biotechnologies and applications for human health, putting initial emphasis on Blue Biotechnology and proposing a prioritisation of areas where the JRC actions could bring highest EU added value.