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Since 2014, FIS has commissioned around £2m project spend on research and investing in people
to help make Scottish fisheries more prosperous and sustainable through innovation.

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2020-04-03T13:46:16+00:00

Novel approaches to trapping: fishing and surveying (FIS025)

This project investigates the potential for a whitefish trap fishery to the West of Scotland. At-sea deployment of newly designed gear will trial the use of baited fish traps at depth. A novel way to harvest whitefish. The research asks how this might be achieved on a commercial scale and whether the approach could be used to survey whitefish stocks.

2020-03-17T15:54:07+00:00

Industry self-sampling pilot (FIS020)

Using data collected by fishers on deck can help inform management and increase trust in stock assessments. This project reviews the efficacy of self-sampling schemes and the opportunities for such programmes in Scotland. While pelagic fisheries are at the centre of the project, there is potential to apply the approach to other sectors of the fishing industry. Winner of the 2019 Sustainability Award from Fishing News.

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602, 2020

Scottish seafood leaders to innovate and act for prosperous, sustainable fisheries

1:57 pm|Categories: Press Release|

2020’s Scottish Fishing Conference, delivered by Fisheries Innovation Scotland, will take the temperature of innovation in the fishing industry, spark new conversations, and identify projects to release the un-tapped potential in Scotland’s seafood sector. 6th February 2020 - [...]

2001, 2020

Calling all Scottish seafood stakeholders

4:31 pm|Categories: News|

Prioritising your innovation needs for a more prosperous and sustainable Scottish seafood industry Fisheries Innovation Scotland believes that innovation will release untapped potential for greater prosperity and sustainability in Scotland’s seafood industry. Our organisation exists to facilitate projects [...]

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