ARRAINA session at Aquaculture Europe 2015

Aquaculture Europe 2015 will focus on the role and contribution of aquaculture to the management of natural resources and its importance in society through the provision of high quality, nutritious and healthy food. These are the main thematic areas that will be addressed during the plenary sessions. European and national research is providing highly innovative and integrated solutions to support development and the outputs of this research will be presented in the AE2015 parallel sessions that cover the full scope of European aquaculture and comprise submitted oral and poster presentations. AE2015 will also feature an international trade exhibition, farmers’ days (focusing on RAS and shellfish culture), student sessions and activities, satellite workshops of EU projects and initiatives and updates on EU research.

Following on from the successful ARRAINA sessions at Aquaculture Europe 2014 in San Sebastian last year, the projects partners will return this year to Rotterdam and highlight the significant and impressive results of the EC funded project. The ARRAINA session is titled "Advanced research initiatives for nutrition and aquaculture (EU ARRAINA project)" and it will be chaired by Mr. Jorge Diaz, of Sparos, one of the SME partners in ARRAINA. 

Abstracts for submission to the ARRAINA session, as well as to the other sessions listed here, can still be submitted through the conference website, although it is suggested that you submit as soon as you can, as the slots for oral presentations in the programme is limited.  

If you are planning on attending AE2015, please drop into the ARRAINA session and learn more about the progressive efforts being made in nutrition and quality of Aquaculture feeds.

Aquaculture Europe 2015 takes place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from October 20th - 23rd. For more information, please view the conference brochure.

 

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The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 /2007-2013) under grant agreement no 288925. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which maybe made of the information contained therein.