At the opening session of its Aquaculture Europe 2014 event in Donostia-San Sebastián in Spain on October 14th, the European Aquaculture Society (EAS ) gave its Honorary Life Membership Award to Michael New and its Distinguished Service Award to Yves Harache, for their long-term contributions to the development of aquaculture and the activities of the Society. AE2014 was attended by almost 1500 participants from 71 countries, making it the biggest Aquaculture Europe event to date.
For their business unit Health & Nutrition within the department Animal Nutrition Services, to work at the Hanau location Evonik Industries is looking for a Manager (m/f) Aqua Nutrition Research. More details are here.
SPECIAL EVENT! EAS and EATiP are organising a special one-day event to address the production performance of the sea bass and sea bream sector by providing a forum for discussion of some of the important technical challenges that underlie production performance. The event will take place on Thursday October 16 at the location of AE2014 and will bring together our scientific and production knowledge to help better explain and understand the issues that may contribute to this position, so as to facilitate cooperation and actions to solve them. See more....
The dates are now confirmed for our Aquaculture Europe 2015 and 2016 events.
AE2015 will take place in Rotterdam from October 20-23, 2015
AE2016 will take place in Edinburgh from September 20-23, 2016.
See the press release on AE2016
The Research Group in Aquaculture from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University is currently offering 3 PhD candidates and 2 Post-Doc positions for 2014-2019. The posts are part of the ongoing EU ARRAINA project and are related to juvenile fish nutrition. Full descriptions of the posts and requirements are here, including contact details.
Over the next 5 years, the EU project DIVERSIFY will study a number of new/emerging finfish species, with great potential for the EU aquaculture industry. These new/emerging species (meagre, greater amberjack, wreckfish, halibut, grey mullet and pikeperch) are fast growing and/or large finfishes marketed at a large size and can be processed into a range of products to provide the consumer with both a greater diversity of fish species and new value-added products. See the DIVERSIFY web site for more.
NTNU, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, The Department of Biology, announces a vacant position as Professor in aquaculture ecology. The position will be anchored within the Marine Sciences Group at the Department of Biology, and will be physically located at NTNU Centre of Fisheries and Aquaculture. The announced position will strengthen academic and research activities on environmental interactions of sea based salmon aquaculture, with particular focus on marine ecology and development of technologies for more sustainable production methods. Closing date: 2014‐03‐03. For information and application details see here
EAS is pleased to announce the support of Marine Harvest and Kiliç Deniz as new Premium Sponsors and of Skretting as sponsor of the EAS Student Group.
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