UHI Aquaculture Hub
The Aquaculture Hub brings together our aquaculture researchers, educators, consultants, students, and facilities to create and support innovation in aquaculture.
Working collaboratively at the local, national, and international level, the Aquaculture Hub facilitates knowledge exchange and innovation to provide positive outcomes for the businesses, students, and communities in our region.
Our Aim, Our Work, Our Strategy
Our aim is to stimulate economic growth through a range of transformational activities that will boost productivity, employment, skills, and output.
Out work underpins a forward-thinking knowledge-based industry, and to growth that is environmentally sustainable and profitable. It creates place-based opportunities and wealth, enabling some of Scotland's most rural and fragile communities to become more resilient and prosperous.
UHI Aquaculture Hub Strategy 2021-2024 (pdf download)
UHI Aquaculture Hub Vision
UHI Campuses can be found throughout the main aquaculture producing regions of Scotland.
- The Aquaculture Hub will facilitate impactful research, knowledge exchange and education that supports sustainable growth and resilience in the aquaculture industry, and in the communities where we operate together.
Aquaculture Researcher Profiles
Services and Consultancy
Aquaculture Industry Engagement Fund
Education, Training and Skills Development in Aquaculture
Connect with us today
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @UHIAquaculture
UHI Aquaculture Hub Strands
The UHI Aquaculture Hub works across a broad range of areas.
Health and Welfare
Improving disease management in aquaculture.
Achieving environmental and production targets
The relationship between marine farming activities and the environment.
Stock Improvement and Management
Improving yields, increasing health, using genetics to ensure sustinability of farmed stock.
Aquaculture, the economy and communities
Diversification of Aquaculture Practices
Using aquaculture knowledge to progress other marine activities.