Bioasis Gran Canaria is promoted by public bodies with extensive knowledge and R&D capabilities in the blue biotechnology and aquaculture sector.
These capabilities are backed by experience in projects in the sector developed by internationally recognised technology centres.
Canary Islands Institute of Technology (ITC)
A multisectoral technology centre which has been supporting research, scientific development and innovation in the Canary Islands for over 25 years.
Spanish Algae Bank (BEA)
Dedicated to isolating, characterising, conserving, supplying, and developing cultivation techniques and applications for microalgae and cyanobacteria.
ECOAQUA University Institute
Dedicated to promoting research, innovation and training in aquaculture and the conservation and sustainable use of coastal resources.