We are marine biologists with a passion for the sea.

We believe in challenges and new opportunities as a stimulus for growth.

We promote consumption habits more respectful to the environment.

ANNA BOZZANO

I am a marine biologist by birth and vocation. My hometown, Genoa (Italy), where the sea has shaped its history, tradition and culture ... has injected seawater in my veins. I have a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Genoa (Italy) and Barcelona, ​​my adopted hometown (it could only be another maritime capital of the Mediterranean!). I have a degree in Biology. I was trained in research at the Institute of Marine Sciences (CSIC) in Barcelona, ​​where I conducted my research for 20 years. I have worked in biology and ecology of sharks and fish and fishery biology. I have participated in projects of national and international research, publishing more than 20 scientific papers in international journals and participating in international conferences and oceanographic surveys. I have a PhD in Marine Sciences from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). Since 2011 I lead the project El Peix Plat, created to target the status of exploited resources in our sea and transformed into a small business project in 2013.

GIULIANO PETRONI

I am a marine biologist, I obtained a degree in Biology at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome (Italy). I worked at the Institute of Marine Sciences (CSIC) in Barcelona for 3 years on a research project on embryonic and larval development of oceanic squid of fishing interest. During this exciting period I participated as co-author in some scientific articles published in international journals and the results have also been presented at international conferences. In 2012, I earned a Master's degree in Aquaculture at the University of Barcelona (UB). My passion for the sea and the accumulated experience have led me to enthusiastically undertake El Peix Plat project, a project I truly consider necessary and important to raise civil society awareness to counteract the threat and fragility that this wonderful habitat and its resources are currently experiencing.