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AQUAEXCEL2020 Brokerage Event at Aquaculture Europe 2019

30 Sep 2019
The second AQUAEXCEL 2020 brokerage event will take place at Aquaculture Europe 2019 in Berlin, as part of the EATiP Day. The brokerage event will take place on Wednesday 9 October from 15:40 to 18:00 in Exhibition 2, ESTREL Congress Center, Berlin. This event, organised by EATiP and AquaTT, will create a forum for engagement and exchange between researchers and potential industry beneficiaries of the research results generated from the AQUAEXCEL 2020 project. Supporting research innovation to...
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Feedback required on virtual laboratory developed for simulation of aquaculture experiments

7 Aug 2019
AQUAEXCEL 2020 , a Horizon 2020 research infrastructure project, aims to support the sustainable growth of the aquaculture sector in Europe. AQUAEXCEL 2020 comprises a large group of leading European aquaculture research facilities that work towards advanced integration and standardisation of tools for aquaculture research. AQUAEXCEL 2020 aims to offer services tailored to the needs of the European aquaculture community and support and conduct world-class aquaculture research. As part of...
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CCMAR holds two seminars on aquaculture research

2 Aug 2019
AQUAEXCEL 2020 partner CCMAR recently held two seminars on aquaculture research. Victor Gallego (Aquaculture and Biodiversity Group, Universitat Politècnica de València ) presented on the captive breeding and gamete preservation of several endangered fish, and how we can use aquaculture to preserve biodiversity. Marina Morini ( Universitat Politècnica de València ) discussed the nuclear and membrane progestin receptors in the European eel through spermatogenesis.
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AQUAEXCEL2020 represented at EATiP Annual General Meeting

2 Aug 2019
AQUAEXCEL 2020 was represented at the recent EATiP AGM. EATiP members and collaborators gathered in Brussels on June 17 and 18 to discuss the positioning of aquaculture innovation and research for the development of the sector. John Bostock (University of Stirling) and Courtney Hough (EATiP) presented the AQUAEXCEL 2020 project and provided an u pdate on the project and statistics, presentation of the work achieved by the IRAP committee and details of the interactive role with EATiP Mirror...
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