The European networking Action FITFISH unites scientists from 28 countries to study fish swimming in the wild and in aquaculture under a multidisciplinary perspective. Photo: Arjan Palstra
The European networking Action FITFISH unites scientists from 28 countries to study fish swimming in the wild and in aquaculture under a multidisciplinary perspective. Photo: Arjan Palstra
In marine mesocosms, Wageningen University & Research studies the consequences of factors such as nano- and microplastics or rubble beds on community development over several months. Photo: Edwin Foekema
In marine mesocosms, Wageningen University & Research studies the consequences of factors such as nano- and microplastics or rubble beds on community development over several months. Photo: Edwin Foekema
Researchers of Wageningen University & Research study how seaweed can be safely produced and sustainably combined with other types of use of marine space, such as offshore wind farming. Photo: Tinka Murk
Researchers of Wageningen University & Research study how seaweed can be safely produced and sustainably combined with other types of use of marine space, such as offshore wind farming. Photo: Tinka Murk

In the Water Nexus programme, scientists from Wageningen University & Research aim to close the industrial water cycle by using saline water and reusing wastewater treated in green infrastructure. Photo: Shutterstock
In the Water Nexus programme, scientists from Wageningen University & Research aim to close the industrial water cycle by using saline water and reusing wastewater treated in green infrastructure. Photo: Shutterstock
Wageningen University & Research and Van Lang University study wastewater reuse, by industry and agriculture, sustaining economic growth in the Mekong delta suffering from climate change and sea water intrusion. Photo: Le Minh Truong
Wageningen University & Research and Van Lang University study wastewater reuse, by industry and agriculture, sustaining economic growth in the Mekong delta suffering from climate change and sea water intrusion. Photo: Le Minh Truong