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EATiP Annual General Meeting, Brussels 3 & 4 April 2014
9-11 April 2014
Brussels, 26 March 2014 - a DG Research and Innovation conference
Aquatnet Annual Event 2014, Malta 26 & 27 June
Commissioner Damanaki welcomes EMFF agreement
INSEPARABLE - Eat, Buy and Sell Sustainable Fish
Next General Meeting from 3 to 6 March, next call for transnational access to the AQUAEXCEL Research infrastructure 14 March an 13 June, next training event from 19 to 22 May.
Get first-hand information on the new EU funding instrument
Public information on the introduction and launch of Horizon 2020
EATiP recognised as European Technology Platform
FEAP is proud to announce the 2nd edition of 'Aquaculture in Motion' - Brussels, 6th November 2013
Mediterraneon - indicators for sustainable aquaculture in the Mediterranean basin
This section provides some of the presentations made by EATIP representatives in meetings and conferences
Covering the wide scope of European policies and legislation that affect European aquaculture, focus is given to how the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy could affect development.
an ‘Asia desk’ within EATiP to be the prime interface between the European and Asian aquaculture sector
Watch the video introducing the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform
The 3rd International Marine Protected Areas Congress will be held in Marseille & Corsica on 21-27 October 2013. Take the opportunity to contribute to the program of the event until May 10th.
"If aquaculture did not exist we would have to invent it" Commissioner Maria Damanaki, DG MARE. 2010
Read the EC Press Release on the Strategic Guidelines
The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers published its annual report

Welcome to the  website of the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP).

EATiP is an international non-profit association dedicated to DEVELOPING, SUPPORTING and PROMOTING aquaculture and, especially and specifically, technology and innovation in aquaculture in Europe so as to:

  • Establish a strong relationship between aquaculture and the consumer
  • Assure a sustainable aquaculture industry
  • Consolidate the role of aquaculture in society

EATiP has been designed to include all members of the European aquaculture value chain - from suppliers through producers to processors within the profession, accompanied by leading research groups and key representative organisations. EATiP's structure thus assures balanced representation and equilibrium in its scope and activities. Within the EATiP all relevant stakeholders in European aquaculture come together to address and resolve the challenges that lie ahead through a concerted and dedicated approach.

EATiP is a European Technology Platform