SPECIAL EVENT! EAS and EATiP are organising a special one-day event to address the production performance of the sea bass and sea bream sector by providing a forum for discussion of some of the important technical challenges that underlie production performance. The event will take place on Thursday October 16 at the location of AE2014 and will bring together our scientific and production knowledge to help better explain and understand the issues that may contribute to this position, so as to facilitate cooperation and actions to solve them. See more....
We can still accept abstract submissions, but because of the huge submission of abstracts we may not be able to assign your abstract as an oral presentation unless their is an open slot in your topic. Poster assignments are still available.
Please also note that the Early Bird registration deadline has now been exdended to August 8. If you join EAS (before or with your registration) you will get a preferential rate! Please also think about booking your hotel early to ensure your room.
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As a part of its significant new investment in the Ardtoe Marine Research Facility on the west coast of Scotland, FAI Aquaculture is currently expanding the unit’s shellfish hatchery unit, the only commercial shellfish hatchery presently operating in Scotland. Full description and requirements including contact details are here
DTU Aqua, Section for Aquaculture, located in the North Sea Science Park, Hirtshals, Denmark invites applications for an appointment as Associate Professor within Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. The position is available from September 1, 2014 or according to mutual agreement. More details are here
Assistant or Associate Professor of Fish Physiology. More details and contact details are here
The Research Group in Aquaculture from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University is currently offering 3 PhD candidates and 2 Post-Doc positions for 2014-2019. The posts are part of the ongoing EU ARRAINA project and are related to juvenile fish nutrition. Full descriptions of the posts and requirements are here, including contact details.
Over the next 5 years, the EU project DIVERSIFY will study a number of new/emerging finfish species, with great potential for the EU aquaculture industry. These new/emerging species (meagre, greater amberjack, wreckfish, halibut, grey mullet and pikeperch) are fast growing and/or large finfishes marketed at a large size and can be processed into a range of products to provide the consumer with both a greater diversity of fish species and new value-added products. See the DIVERSIFY web site for more.
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- Honorary Life Membership for Pascal Divanach
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