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Lowestoft Laboratory
Pakefield Road
NR33 0HT

Telephone: 01502 562244


Cefas (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science) is an internationally renowned aquatic scientific research and consultancy centre. We aim to be the prime source of high quality science used to conserve and enhance the aquatic environment, promote sustainable management of its natural resources, and protect the public from aquatic contaminants. On this site you can find out about our wide range of activities. We provide research, advisory, consultancy, monitoring and training services to a large number of clients worldwide. We have a huge range of resources and expertise, with more than 500 staff based in 2 UK laboratories, our own ocean-going research vessel, and o

  • Renewable energy
  • Oil & Gas
  • Emergency Response
  • Numerical modelling for O&M and site charcaterisation EcoInnovation - designing out environment impacts


Cefas - the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science - makes an important contribution to securing healthy and sustainable marine and freshwater environments so that current and future generations can prosper. Our vision is to make a real difference for society, as recognised leaders in marine and aquatic science. As the UK's most diverse applied marine science centre, we help to shape and implement policy through our internationally renowned science and collaborative relationships that span the EU, UK government, non-governmental organisations, research centres and industry. Our work takes us from freshwater to the open ocean, and includes both wild and farmed fish. Our influence and leadership spans a wide spectrum of issues, including: •climate change impacts and adaptation •marine planning and environmental licensing •sustainable fisheries management •marine biodiversity and habitats •fish and shellfish health and hygiene •emergency response. We support this by collecting, managing and interpreting environmental, biodiversity and fisheries data.


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