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Friday, February 12, 2016

12/02/2016: Edinburgh to host Aquaculture Europe 2016

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Aquaculture Europe 2016 will take place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) from September 20-23. AE2016 is organised by the European Aquaculture Society with the cooperation and support of Marine Scotland, part of the Scottish Government, and The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland. The event is Gold Sponsored by Biomar.

The event theme 'Food for thought' means something to think about, something to be seriously considered and something that provides mental stimulation and nourishment.
    

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Aquaculture in Europe has plateaued resulting in overall output remaining more or less constant in volume since 2000. AE2016 will present the latest science to support further development, and industry panels will discuss key opportunities. It will also identify areas to encourage further sustainable growth in aquaculture. The morning plenary sessions will address different aspects of the event theme in a novel way.
   

Parallel sessions
AE2016 has something for everyone, with a broad proposed list of parallel sessions:

  • New advances in trout farming
  • Diversification in aquaculture production
  • Diversify: exploring the biological and socio-economic potential of new/emerging candidate fish species for expansion of the european aquaculture industry
  • Cleaner fish: biology, production and management
  • Shellfish production and diversification
  • Mariculture and conservation of marine invertebrates and corals•    macro and micro algae production
  • Laboratory models (eg zebrafish and others)
  • Nutrition: new sources of protein
  • Nutrition: new sources of omega 3 fatty acids
  • Nutrition: nutritional requirements in marine organisms
  • Production of copepods as live feeds
  • Arriana: advanced research initiatives for nutrition & aquaculture
  • Recent advances in digestive physiology: the gut, its health and molecular nutrition
  • Advances in the mitigation of deformity
  • Application of genetics and genomics in aquaculture
  • Aquatrace: the development of tools for tracing and evaluating the genetic impact of fish from aquaculture
  • Fishboost: boosting european aquaculture by advancing selective breeding to the next level
  • Hatcheries
  • Escapee prevention and management: from systems to biotechnology
  • Disease prevention, treatment and management
  • Disease description, mapping and epidemiology
  • Sealice control
  • Gill health and challenges
  • Shellfish health
  • Microalgae derived toxins, analysis and regulations
  • Predator management
  • Finfish welfare
  • Fish behaviour in aquaculture systems
  • Integrated multitrophic aquaculture (imta)
  • Aquaponics and biofloc
  • Advances in recirculation and closed containment aquaculture systems
  • Farming operations, cage environment and biology/technology interactions
  • Organic aquaculture
  • Aquaculture globalisation: production and research across borders
  • Climate change: impact, mitigation and ecosystem services
  • Understanding public perception and consumer demands
  • Labelling and certification of aquaculture products
  • Novel tools and approaches to training and teaching in aquaculture
  • Governance, policy and strategic planning
Read more and register HERE.


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