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AQUAEXCEL2020 Outputs Available Online

30 Nov 2020
The AQUAEXCEL2020 project ran for 5 years, until December 2020. Many exciting outputs have resulted from the hard work of researchers in the project and those who participated in the project’s TNA programme (more information here). In order to showcase a selection of the outputs that were selected by the project’s Industry and Research Advisory Panel as having potential for impact on the aquaculture industry, a series of Innovative Output Catalogues (IOCs) were created. These catalogues cover...
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Virtual laboratory workshop

27 Nov 2020
Register now to attend the AQUAEXCEL2020 workshop on using the virtual laboratory designed during the project. The virtual laboratory can simulate experiments with fish and receive data on expected growth and water quality. Based on numerical modelling, it allows in silico testing of experimental protocols with a user-friendly interface, prior to their practical application. The overall goal of the virtual laboratory is to assist in optimizing the use of experimental resources and improve...
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AQUAEXCEL2020 TNA Outputs Presented at Innovations to Support Fish Welfare

26 Nov 2020
The second virtual EATiP Forum in a series of webinars related to aquaculture topics of high importance for the sector was held on 26 November 2020. Organised in collaboration with AQUAEXCEL2020, the event was highly successful with over 150 participants throughout Europe joining the event. Short talks about innovations to support fish welfare were combined with Q&A sessions and surveys on the expected impact of the different solutions. Two AQUAEXCEL2020 TNA project outputs were presented: 1...
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Innovations to Support Fish Welfare webinar

9 Nov 2020
Europe has one of the world’s highest standards of animal welfare. It provides the European aquaculture sector with a competitive advantage in the consumers' search for safe, healthy and environmental-friendly food products. The Farm to Fork Strategy, which is at the heart of the European Green Deal, is aiming to strengthen this position. The EATiP Forum will highlight a set of new technologies and scientific innovations that can contribute to supporting fish welfare and hence the overall...
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