Month: December 2020

European Aquaculture Society talk webinars

EAS talk is a series of webinars that are coordinated and moderated by the EAS secretariat. The series aims to present a wide range of subjects that reflect the multi-disciplinary nature of EAS and the aquaculture community in general. This includes overviews of aquaculture research areas, production and technologies. EAS talk webinars are held on …

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FishGlassHouse – fish and plant production under one roof at Rostock University

A video on FishGlassHouse – fish and plant production under one roof at Rostock University has been just publised on AquaVIP YouTube channel. Aquaponic production at Rostock University, partner in AquaVIP project, combines African catfish breeding with plants breeding. The fish are farmed in the recirculating aquaculture systems, where as plants are grown on fish …

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EUMOFA Talk – Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU

EUMOFA invites you to join the upcoming Talk, which will be held online on 7 December 2021, from 10.00 a.m. to 11.45 a.m. (CET), on Zoom. The topic will be “Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU”. After the recent release of studies on integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) and recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), EUMOFA will hold …

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Algaeurope 2021

Algae have become a multi-billion sector in terms of biotechnology development that is expected to grow rapidly, providing valuable goods and services in multiple applications. In spite of centuries of scientific and commercial interests, the term algae has not taxonomic meaning. In the light of rapidly growing business interests associated with the term algae, a …

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EUMOFA new study – Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS)

EUMOFA has just published a compound new study entitled “Recirculating Aquaculture Systems” (RAS), which aims to provide a better understanding of RAS within the EU’s aquaculture sector, in particular its size and potential for growth. The analysis includes a special focus on Atlantic salmon, trout and yellowtail kingfish. The study is available in English. Source: https://www.eumofa.eu/

Guide in Aquaculture Career

Guide in Aquaculture Career brochure shows potential stakeholders, especially students, and young professionals, how to start with aquaculture career or try new things! If you consider aquaculture for your university course, or your curious for learning about innovative solutions including recirculating aquaculture systems, shrimps, algae production, have a look! You might find an inspiration for …

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