Of our 39 members, 24 are new and established companies in the biotech, biomarine, fishery, and aquaculture arenas. Others are R&D players, service providers and actors for the stimulation of innovation. Our members enjoy courses and workshops designed for further education, network activities to connect people, business development services, help for startups, and international branding and promotion.
A research and consultancy company in the NIVA-group (Norwegian Institute of Water Research).
Develops, manufactures and markets novel molecular enzymes for use in research, molecular diagnostics and applied markets.
A newly founded company based in the research park in Tromsø specializing in organic synthesis.
Barents Biocentre Lab
A research laboratory offering access to advanced equipment for biotechnology companies, research communities and educational institutions in northern Norway
Develops and manufactures immune modulating compounds for the human health sectors.
Develops, manufactures and markets immune modulating compounds for the human health sectors and marine enzymes used in molecular biology.
A bioinformatics company with a focus on the development and application of machine learning algorithms to aid in the diagnosis of gut-related diseases.
Offers superior, all-natural Arctic Marine Bioactives derived from the marine crustacean Calanus finmarchicus, providing health benefits to people and animals all over the world.
A manufacturer and a provider of high quality biopolymers chitin and chitosan, derived from the raw material Pandalus Borealis caught in the Arctic part of the North Atlantic.
A contract research organization with cutting edge expertise in liver uptake mechanisms.
A hub for Innovation and Creativity at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, helping people and organisations develop creative confidence and solve critical challenges through human-centered, design-driven approaches.
Offers support-services to actors in the marine biotechnology, industrial biotechnology and other bio-based industry sectors in Norway and abroad.
Develops sustainable baits based on amino acids for angling and commercial fisheries.
Develops novel antimicrobial peptide-based drugs for the treatment of resistant bacterial and fungal infections, as well as first-in-class oncology treatments.
An industrial R&D program for marine biotechnology in Northern Norway with a focus on increasing value in the fishery, aquaculture, and biotechnological industries.
Marbank is a national marine biobank with a mission to provide academia and industry with easy access to marine biodiversity, its associated data and extractable products.
A marine biotechnology company with a focus on the development and commercialization of novel bioactive peptides from sustainable marine sources of the Arctic Ocean for human health and food ingredients.
Specializes in the evaluation and the commercialization of enzyme-based ideas through a system in which they can be commercialized at a fraction of the usual cost.
One of the largest institutes for applied research within the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and food research in Europe.
Norway’s largest and one of the leading multidisciplinary consultancy firms in the Nordic region, geared towards community planning and design.
The fishermen’s own sales organization operating a well-functioning and modern marketplace for sustainable, wild-caught Norwegian fish, shellfish and mollusks along the Norwegian coast from Nordmøre in the southwest to Finnmark in the northeast.
A capital management company that manages investments in the funds of NorInnova Invest AS and Norinnova Technology Transfer AS.
Norinnova Technology Transfer
An innovation company with the objective of commercializing business ideas from research activities and new technologies.
Norut Northern Research Institute
Offers expertise in synthesis and modification of small organic molecules and peptides and research into bioactive peptides and peptidomimetics
Develops molecular diagnostics and new treatment principles for Osteoarthritis (OA), based on patented discoveries of bacterial provocation in OA pathogenesis.
A Scandinavian biotech company headquartered in Tromsø, Norway, and the owner of its US subsidiary Prophylix Pharma Inc.
Helps to improve business by solving important problems and delivering quality in assurance, tax, legal and advisory services to many sectors, including the marine sector in Tromsø.
A supplier of big data analytics and data-based decision making with a specialization in providing insight to the shipping and fish farming industries.
The largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia, creating value and innovation through knowledge generation and the development of technological solutions that are brought into practical use.
Tromsø Chamber of Commerce
The fourth largest business association in Norway with approximately 850 members, from all sectors.
Trofi - Tromsø Fiskeindustri
Core activities are the production of marine phospholipids and starter feed for marine larval and juvenile fish as well as handling of marine raw materials and process development.
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
The world’s northernmost university, located in Tromsø, Norway.
Sells microbiological and chemical analyses of food, water, sewage, hygiene, and environment with a wide range of accredited and unaccredited analyses.