R&D collaborations 

We collaborate with more than 60 different research partners around the world, from governmental institutions to leading universities. Our collaborations are the link between the industrial and academic world, and promote intensive research and recruiting activities, resulting in new knowledge to the development of high performance nutritional solutions and services.

Collaboration is essential

Tapping into the potential of a connected, open company

We collaborate with more than 60 different research partners around the world, from governmental institutions to leading universities. Our collaborations are the link between the industrial and academic world, and promote intensive research and recruiting activities, resulting in new knowledge to the development of high performance feed products.

Granted projects with Skretting ARC participation

Collaborating with leading universities and research institutes ensures participating in much of the most exciting research being conducted around the world. Below you can find concrete examples of this:

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AquaIMPACT

Skretting is committed in satisfying consumer demands for high-quality seafood with limited environmental impact. For that reason, Skretting ARC is part of AquaIMPACT, a 4 years’ project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project focuses on integrating the fields of fish breeding and nutrition with the aim to promote more cost-effective production of robust, healthy and nutritious farmed fish. Use of novel ingredients and essential nutrients are researched as part of the solution.

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Fish AI

In response to the need to grow aquaculture in a sustainable way and become independent of finite feed ingredients, the Fish Artificial Intestine (Fish-AI) project aims to develop an innovative, high-throughput screening tool that will enable the feed industry to predict the health and nutritional value of alternative feed faster and more effectively. The 4-year project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 FET open scheme that supports novel ideas for radically new technologies and done in collaboration with 6 additional institutions.

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Aquaculture farm
Salmon school

ParaFishControl

ParaFishControl is a project focused in increasing the sustainability and competitiveness of the European aquaculture industry by improving our understanding of fish-parasite interactions and by developing innovative solutions and tools for the prevention, control and mitigation of the most harmful parasitic species affecting farmed fish. This 5 year project is done in collaboration with 29 additonal partners from 13 european countries.

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Check out the full list of the institutions we partner with: