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Latin American & Caribbean Aquaculture 2019

Marisol Izquierdo, director of the IU-Ecoaqua, today inaugurated the LLACQUA19, is the 2019 Annual meeting of the Latin American & Caribbean Chapter of World Aqauaculture Society, held in San José, Costa Rica.

In his inaugural lecture entitled "Can aquaculture meet the demand increased for 'omega-3' in the World?" Izquierdo professor stressed the importance of these fats for human health and for the production animal, reviewing current productions 'omega-3' by fisheries and aquaculture and developing future strategies to meet the global needs of 'omega-3'.

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CEA 2019

IU-ECOAQUA attended the Ecuadorian Aquaculture Congress (CEA), a technical-scientific event that has been held periodically since 1992 to disseminate knowledge and experiences of the academic and private sector in the field of aquaculture, mainly shrimp farming.

Glad to present ForwardH2020 in ECUADOR Aquaculture congress CEA2019 an opportunity to promote Blueeconomy H2020 collaboration.

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3rd MarSP Workshop

IU-ECOAQUA is involved in the workshop on maritime spatial planning in the Canary, with a talk about the submarine minerals in the Macaronesia.

Participating at the MACARONESIAN MARITIME SPATIAL PLANNING (MarSP) workshop with interesting initiatives for the MSP in the Canary.

The Canary Islands stakeholders gathered to work and contribute to MSP process.

 

 

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Award for the best poster Aquaculture Europe 2019 to work the Research Group on Aquaculture of the ULPGC

Congratulations to David Dominguez from IU-ECOAQUA for the best poster award at AE19BER, where preliminary results of PerformFISH were presented.

Winner of the AE2019 poster award, to learn more about PerformFISH preliminary results concerning the importance of supplementing feeds for seabream (Sparus aurata) with vitamins

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