Congratulations to Prof. Muki Shpigel for being selected to chair a COST Action from this year until 2025!

    Congratulations to Prof. Muki Shpigel for being selected to chair a COST Action from this year until 2025!

    The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) organization runs an EU-funded program that enables scientists and innovators to link research initiatives, share innovative ideas across multiple science and technology fields and at the same time address social challenges across Europe and beyond.

    Prof. Shpigel, together with Dr. Leigh Livne and Dr. Amir Neori, co-authored the COST Action: ULVA, TOMORROW’S “WHEAT OF THE SEA”, A MODEL FOR INNOVATIVE MARICULTURE. The network counts over 76 participants from 28 countries!

    We are proud to have Prof. Shpigel in our ranks and we wish him and his collaborators the best of luck.

    About SaltyCrops: Products From The Sea-

    Our planet and its resources have sustained humanity for millennia. There are constantly new aspects and places to explore, especially in its watery depths. Scientists are discovering how much potential our seas have to offer. It is only through dedicated research networks and exploration efforts. that we can learn more and more about the flora and fauna in this quickly changing environment. Back on land, our researchers are dedicated to creating sustainable and clean technologies which support: New food sources and new materials for energy, industry and medical use. Our SaltyCrops project, is based on Salicornia, A globally distributed plant which grows in salt water We develop SaltyCrops as a biofilter and a food source

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