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2608, 2022

Low Carbon Vessels – A Knowledge Exchange Trip to Norway

By |1:29 pm|Categories: Blog|

Following on from the FIS Vessels of the Future workshop earlier this year, FIS and the Fishmongers’ Company’s Fisheries Charitable Trust invited James Duthie Jr, a skipper and naval architect from Fraserburgh, to participate in a knowledge exchange with Norway. James travelled to Norway to see innovations in reducing vessel

2704, 2022

FIS hosts a workshop to discuss vessels of the future

By |3:27 pm|Categories: News|

In April, FIS was delighted to host a ‘Vessels of the Future’ workshop in Glasgow, where we explored energy efficiency measures that could transform how Scottish fishing vessels operate in years to come. More than 40 participants from Scotland, the rest of the UK and as far afield as Norway

202, 2022

The Fishmongers’ Company joins Fisheries Innovation Scotland

By |11:37 am|Categories: Press Release|

The Fishmongers’ Company has joined FIS, the partnership exploring new ideas for greater prosperity and sustainability in Scottish seafood. The Company takes its place alongside high-profile members from catching, processing, retail and fisheries management. __ Welcoming this new collaboration, FIS Chairman John Goodlad said: “FIS is known for connecting the

2710, 2021

Bringing fresh perspectives to the Scottish fishing industry

By |11:05 am|Categories: Blog|

The seafood industry is host to a myriad of diverse career pathways, but they don’t always involve working on the water, or directly with fish! FIS is always looking for ways to encourage a new way of ‘working’ in the industry; helping qualified people with an interest in fisheries find

2209, 2021

Building real-time maps for the fishing industry – Interview with Dr Tara Marshall

By |9:47 am|Categories: Blog|

We talked with Dr Tara Marshall, a senior lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, about her work and previous collaborations with FIS. Tara has been a key part of five different FIS projects over the years, including the first ever FIS project, FIS001, which highlighted key knowledge gaps that FIS