BalticWaters collaborates with universities, Swedish governmental authorities, county administrative boards, and companies to carry out projects. Projects can be financed or co-financed by the foundation and an external party, they can be conducted by the foundation or in collaboration with an external party.
- Axfood is a strategic partner of BalticWaters and provides funding to the foundation’s fish research laboratory.
MAT-KULING is a strategic technology partner to the foundation’s fish research laboratory.
- Stockholm University is a strategic partner and co-founder of the Thriving bays project, where Associate Professor Linda Kumblad (BalticWaters/SU) together with Emil Rydin, Joakim Hansen, and Sofia Wikström, all researchers at SU, are scientifically responsible for the project.
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences is a strategic partner to the project Circular NP – Better nutrient cycle for animal manure and through researcher Athanasios Pantelopoulos scientifically responsible for the project.
- RISE is a strategic partner in the Circular NP project and, through Erik Sindhöj, scientifically responsible for the project.
Partners who contribute to our projects
The Skarne family funds the Scholarship programme for researchers at the beginning of their careers.
- Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (HaV/SwAM provides funding for scientific sampling and follow-up of the project Thriving bays.
- County administrative board of Stockholm provides support and advice to the project Thriving bays.
- Ørsted contributes to the project ReCod and supported the release of cod larvae in the Tvären bay during 2023.