University of Stirling joins new Infrastructure programme – AQUASERV

By | May 28, 2024

After three funding cycles, the AQUAEXCEL programme will come to an end in 2025. However, the good news is that a new even larger programme has been approved which brings AQUAEXCEL together with several other Infrastructure programmes including The European Marine Biological Resource Centre ERIC (EMBRC), the Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems ERIC, the Infrastructure for Promoting Metrology in Food and Nutrition (METROFOOD) as well as the International Council for Exploration of the Seas and the Research Infrastructure for Science and Innovation Policy Studies (RISIS).

Under the new “National Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Hub” at the University of Stirling, we will be making available a range of temperate, tropical, marine and freshwater aquarium facilities. The first call for access is expected in late 2024. Further details are available in the EU Funding & Tenders Portal.