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Monday, February 15, 2016

15/02/2016: Register for conferences at AquaME 2016

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AquaME is the region's leading trade and business event for the aquaculture industry. Being one of the only exhibitions in the industry with the official endorsement of the Ministry of Environment and Water, AquaME means business.

This year, we are delighted to announce that we have officially partnered with the World Aquaculture Society. WAS plays a strategic role in assuring the progressive development of aquaculture worldwide. Having them partner AquaME really does complement our objectives, bringing a much more rounded and informative exhibition to our exhibitors and guests alike.

Overview:

Day 1 topics:

  • Opening ceremony: Welcome speech by the Ministry of Environment and Water and the Asia Pacific Chapter President 
  • Welcoming notePlenary 1: Aquaculture in the UAE - HE Eng Mariam Mohammed Saeed Hareb
  • Animal health
  • Keynote: Aquaculture: the blue biotechnology of the future - Patrick Sorgeloos
  • Aquaculture nutrition
  • Round table discussion
  • Marine finfish hatchery & production   
Day 2 topics:
  • Plenary 2: Aquaculture in Abu Dhabi - Ayesha Al Blooshi
  • Aquaponics (FAO)
  • Keynote: Desert aquaculture - Dr Sherif Sadek
  • Shrimp
  • Food safety & security
  • Regional aquaculture
  • Production systems opportunities
Day 3 topics:
  • Plenary 3: Sheikh Khalifa Marine Research Centre - a new imperative for hatchery capacity building and aquaculture development in the UAE through PPPs- Mohammad Tabish
  • Keynote: Aquaculture developments in Turkey - Turker Bodur
  • IMTA
AquaME 2016 will take place on 13-15 March at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Learn more and register HERE.



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