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Date set for aquaculture welfare event – FishSite reports

Date set for aquaculture welfare event – FishSite reports

  The Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research is organizing the Second Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture (SWELA 2020), which is free to attend online on the 26th of November. The FishSite – a knowledge-sharing platform with premium news, analysis, and resources for the aquaculture industries – reported

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SMARTAQUA at Swansea Science Festival 2020

SMARTAQUA at Swansea Science Festival 2020

The SMARTAQUA team had the pleasure to be part of the Welsh largest free science festival last Saturday (24 Oct 2020). We were live but virtual, in the fringe stage. We had the opportunity to launch our videos where we showcased our research on lumpfish welfare and

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2nd Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture – Operational Welfare Indicators for farmed Fish | Thursday 26 November 2020 | free webinar

2nd Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture – Operational Welfare Indicators for farmed Fish | Thursday 26 November 2020 | free webinar

  Welcome to the 2nd Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture. This year we will focus on Operational Welfare Indicators (OWI) for salmon, lumpfish, tilapia, sea bream and sea bass. REGISTER HERE Program agenda – Western European Time zone (WET) For more information check our website 

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Symposium on Welfare Indicators for Novel Species in Aquaculture

Symposium on Welfare Indicators for Novel Species in Aquaculture

    Download the program here We will welcome fish farmers, retailers, interest groups in welfare and researchers. The symposium has been sponsored by key players in this field . Early Career Researchers (ECRs) can apply for bursaries to attend the symposium. ECRs must also register below.  

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How can microbiome research benefit UK aquaculture?

Dr Tamsyn Uren Webster will be giving a talk at the Aquaculture Research Collaborative Hub UK workshop taking place in Aberdeen (22-23 November 2018). The microbiome is made up of populations of bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses living in or on an animal. The microbiome affects health,

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Salmon and Trout Day

  The Swansea University, Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research in collaboration with SMARTAQUA welcomes the Salmon and Trout Day symposium on the 14th of November, 2018. Invited keynote speakers from Swansea University; NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Edinburgh, Scotland and  Afonydd Cymru will discuss salmon and trout conservation

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FSA site visit 2018

 

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SMARTAQUA: aquaculture beyond food is supported by the Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund.

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