The future of food, innovation from Singapore and Iceland

Here you can watch Dr. Thor Sigfusson speech at the conference The future of food, innovation from Singapore and Iceland, which took place in Harpa on September 2nd.

Utilizing Asian Carp

The Great Lakes is a synonym for five large lakes on or near the Canadian-US border. A group from the counties that surround the lake visited the Icelandic Ocean Cluster in 2018 and showed great interest in our full utilization projects. The IOC was given the task of finding ways to make better use of […]

Driving Innovation in the Icelandic Seafood Industry: A Case Study of the Iceland Ocean Cluster

A new analysis by Nikki den Hollander and Thorkell V. Thorsteinsson studies the IOC and how the Cluster uses a combination of incubation and acceleration to build a unique hub in the Port of Reykjavik. This analysis lays a valuable ground for further work on innovation hubs in other Nordic ports.   Driving_Innovation_Thorsteinsson_Hollander[1]

The Russian Seafood Modernization

https://www.sjavarklasinn.is/en/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/AF_Russia.pdf

70% of OC House members have collaborated with another member

https://www.sjavarklasinn.is/en/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/English-summary-70-klasafyrirtækja-vinna-saman.pdf

A New Utilization Movement

Flavour of Iceland

Cruise ship traffic to Iceland has increased substantially in recent years. Flavour of Iceland is an initiative of logistics provider TVG-Zimsen and ship supplier Ekran for promoting food and drink sales to cruise ships. The project was initated trough the cooperation of logistics companies in the Iceland Ocean Cluster.

Reykjavík Seafood District

Reykjavík Seafood District is a project that aims to organize and promote the harbor area in Reykjavik as an exciting neighborhood for locals and tourists, with strong links to the ocean, harbor and seafood.

Utilizing Asian Carp

The Great Lakes is a synonym for five large lakes on or near the Canadian-US border. A group from the counties that surround the lake visited the Icelandic Ocean Cluster in 2018 and showed great interest in our full utilization projects. The IOC was given the task of finding ways to make better use of […]

Driving Innovation in the Icelandic Seafood Industry: A Case Study of the Iceland Ocean Cluster

A new analysis by Nikki den Hollander and Thorkell V. Thorsteinsson studies the IOC and how the Cluster uses a combination of incubation and acceleration to build a unique hub in the Port of Reykjavik. This analysis lays a valuable ground for further work on innovation hubs in other Nordic ports.   Driving_Innovation_Thorsteinsson_Hollander[1]

Flavour of Iceland

Cruise ship traffic to Iceland has increased substantially in recent years. Flavour of Iceland is an initiative of logistics provider TVG-Zimsen and ship supplier Ekran for promoting food and drink sales to cruise ships. The project was initated trough the cooperation of logistics companies in the Iceland Ocean Cluster.

Reykjavík Seafood District

Reykjavík Seafood District is a project that aims to organize and promote the harbor area in Reykjavik as an exciting neighborhood for locals and tourists, with strong links to the ocean, harbor and seafood.

Green Marine Technology

Green Marine Technology is a joint marketing effort of ten Icelandic technology firms that provide eco-friendly and cost saving technology solutions for fishing and fish processing.

Biotechnology Cooperation

The Iceland Ocean Cluster has been promoting the Icelandic marine biotechnology industry, uniting companies and assisting them in approaching US markets as well as finding investors. Recently, this group of firms went to Boston to meet up with investors, companies, consultants and researchers.

Project Sharing

Project Sharing is a website where university students and businesses are united. Students in search for project ideas or work can apply for projects and businesses in search of employee prospects can register projects. The web is open to all and free to use.

Codland

Codland is a spin-off business from the Iceland Ocean Cluster. Its aim is to utilize 100% of the byproducts of traditional codfish processing for the production of valuable products.

The future of food, innovation from Singapore and Iceland

Here you can watch Dr. Thor Sigfusson speech at the conference The future of food, innovation from Singapore and Iceland, which took place in Harpa on September 2nd.

Driving Innovation in the Icelandic Seafood Industry: A Case Study of the Iceland Ocean Cluster

A new analysis by Nikki den Hollander and Thorkell V. Thorsteinsson studies the IOC and how the Cluster uses a combination of incubation and acceleration to build a unique hub in the Port of Reykjavik. This analysis lays a valuable ground for further work on innovation hubs in other Nordic ports.   Driving_Innovation_Thorsteinsson_Hollander[1]

The Russian Seafood Modernization

https://www.sjavarklasinn.is/en/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/AF_Russia.pdf

A New Utilization Movement

New England Ocean Cluster

The Iceland Ocean Cluster is currently preparing the establishment of a marine cluster in Portland, Maine along with US entrepreneurs.

Biotechnology Cooperation

The Iceland Ocean Cluster has been promoting the Icelandic marine biotechnology industry, uniting companies and assisting them in approaching US markets as well as finding investors. Recently, this group of firms went to Boston to meet up with investors, companies, consultants and researchers.

Fish Utilisation in the North Atlantic

The Iceland Ocean Cluster has for the past years carried out research on raw material utilisation in fishing and fish processing in the North Atlantic Ocean. The aim of the research is to promote better utilisation of fish catches and increased value creation in the fisheries industry.

North Atlantic Ocean Cluster Alliance

The North Atlantic Ocean Cluster Alliance, founded by the Iceland Ocean Cluster, is a cooperation platform for marine-focused clusters around the North Atlantic Ocean.