Matís is a science and knowhow community based on strong infrastucture and collaboration,
with the aim to maximize impact of investment in research and innovation.

Knowledge Transfer

Matís builds the bridge between the food/biotechnology industry and the academic environment.

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Competent Scientists

We are a research and science community based on strong research infrastructure and collaboration to maximize impact of investment in research and innovation

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Matís & Horizon 2020

Matís fosters a vision that has reached success on a global scale and is a sought after project partner within research in Europe.

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News

Fish Super Chilling Project receives award - 6.12.2016

The Fish Super Chilling Project is a collaborative effort of 3X Technology, Iceprotein, FISK Seafood, Skaginn, Grieg Seafood in Norway, Hätälä in Finland, Norway Seafood in Denmark and Matís with support from Nordic Innovation and The Icelandic Centre for Research (Rannís). The project's underlying idea was selected as an Outstanding Concept of the Seafood Conference 2016, winning the Svifaldan Prize at the conference, which was held in November.

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What can Matís do for you?

Looking for a Partner?

Matís has extensive experience in international partnership and is a leading partner in many programs.

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Iceland: a small Country?

Although Iceland's population is only 323,000, we are one of the leading countries in food production.

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International Cooperation

International cooperation plays an important role in the daily operations at Matís and continues to grow each day.

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Improved Handling

Improving the stability and quality of raw material is essential for the production of high quality products

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A Future Look

Is aquaculture the only way possible to guarantee the supply of fish to the ever growing world population?

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Food Composition Database

Do you want to know about the nutritional content of Icelandic food? If so, click here to find out more.

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