A world-class aquaculture research and innovation facility for University of Stirling

    The investment will be £17 million.

    The new avant-garde aquaculture facility is closer after the ambitious plans approved by Stirling Council. The hub will be funded through a £17 million investment from the UK Government, as part of the Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal. The National Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Hub (NATIH), which builds on the University’s renowned Institute of Aquaculture, will gather together experimental aquatic facilities, including a new tropical aquarium, state-of-the-art laboratories, and space dedicated to business incubation and acceleration.

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