TRAINING-OF-TRAINERS IN SFAX (TUNISIA)
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Are you a post-graduate student or a young researcher?
The training in “Advanced Scientific Knowledge of Marine Environment” aims to share knowledge and scientific expertise on methods and modelling tools in assessing environmental impacts in the marine sector. The training will take place from October 21st to October 25th 2019. The selection procedures go from June 28th to July 26th, while the selected candidates will be notified within July 30th.
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ADVANCED TRAINING IN TRIESTE (ITALY)
COORDINATED BY OGS
The first advanced training session – “Sea governance and blue growth: balancing sustainable use and conservation through Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) in the field of fisheries and aquaculture” – of Deep Blue project will take place in Trieste (Italy) from September 23rd to September 27th 2019.
Public perception has been identified by EATiP as a major issue in reaching a social license to grow. The EU-funded AORA project has performed a study in the US and Canada, but are still missing the feedback from European stakeholders to be able to provide an adequate analysis of the situation here.
In addition to the draft results presented and discussed at the EATiP AGM in Brussels, we kindly ask the aquaculture stakeholders to please answer the survey on aquaculture outreach at http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/seafoodfuture/survey by July 15 at the latest. It should not take more than 10-15 minutes.
An analysis of the results will be made available to through EATiP. Please spread the invitation to your colleagues and collaborators.
Thank you in advance for your contribution!
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria. The firm, which is based in the Canary Islands, says its goal is to produce perfect fish for high-end restaurants. Thanks to an innovative design, the company’s net pens are fixed well away from the shore to allow strong Atlantic currents to pass through its nets.
“The fish are happier in these open waters”
Pedro Sánchez, Aquanaria’s Commercial Director, says the location and the fact the nets go deep under water creates ideal conditions for the fish to thrive:“We are in this location for many many years, in this part of the island. We have been moving away from the shore more and more and more, as soon as the technology allows us to be there, because it’s really good for — not so good for us, but it’s good for the fish. The fish are happier in these open waters.”
This article was originally posted on EURONEWS
The 13th TNA call for access with AQUAEXCEL2020 is now OPEN, with an application deadline of 8th March 2019. This gives European researchers and research teams the opportunity to apply for scientific research that utilises the facilities of any of the 39 participating aquaculture research facilities.
More information can also be found on the project website : http://www.aquaexcel2020.eu/transnational-access/call-access
Interested people with a project idea who need a little help finding the right facility can contact our orientation committee at aquaexcel-OC@inra.fr.
There are also a number of “success stories” from previous TNA users – which can be used as inspiration. Here TNA users have described how they utilised this opportunity and how the TNA has benefited their research and careers.
Special Session at the IFS on Tuesday 20 November 2018
Venue: Hansa JB Hotel, Hatyai, Thailand
Invitation to private sector, NGO’s and government to challenge our findings.
10:30 -12:30: Challenges of Pond Aquaculture and Benefits of Bioflocs Related Innovations. Session with 8 speakers, among whom Prof. Verdegem and Emeritus Prof. Sorgeloos.
13:30 – 15:00: Approaches to Design and Adoption of Innovations in Aquaculture. Session with 6 speakers among others from Wageningen University and WorldFish.
15:30 – 17:00: How can Innovations in Aquaculture Contribute to Inclusive & Sustainable Business?
A workshop introduced by Prof. Simon Bush, followed break-out discussions in a World-Café approach and a plenary to discuss three themes:
- Feasibility of the bioflocs principle in (Improved) Extensive Aquaculture ;
- Overcoming Constraints to Innovations by Smallholders ;
- Inclusive Business and Sustainable Trade.
If you will or would like to join this Special Session, please inform: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you intend to join the International Fisheries Symposium (19 to 21 November), including the workshop: please register through the IFS website.
Session organised by NWO-GCP projects of Wageningen University & Research, Prince of Songklia University, Can Tho Univers
Monday, August 27 09:00 – 15:30 Barthez
AQUA 2018 #WeRAquaculture gathers producers, investors, suppliers, processors, vendors, scientists, educators, students and consumers of farmed aquatic products worldwide in Montpellier from August 25 to 29.
As a joint effort, the Marine Resources Unit of the European Commission, Directorate General Research and Innovation (DG RTD), and EATiP are setting focus on the impact of European research for the benefit of aquaculture development within Europe as well as worldwide. Through three consecutive sessions, they present some major outcomes of technology and innovation efforts that contribute to tackle the bottlenecks and opportunities in aquaculture towards the overall goal of ensuring food and nutrition security:
- Setting the scene: How can more food and biomass be obtained from aquaculture in a way that maximises the benefits for future generations?
- Aquaculture 4.0: automation, precision farming and data systems
- Sustainable global aquaculture
Listen to policy makers, debaters, scientists and innovators and join the debate that will feed into the European Commission FOOD 2030 initiative.
Please also come and visit the EATiP booth (#158) at the exhibition, which we share with the European Commission.
Receive up to €3000 to connect with aquaculture experts in Europe and South-East Asia
Maximise existing and new collaborations and strategic partnerships between Europe and south-east Asia in the aquaculture sector with the EURASTiP Exchange Programme. Opportunities are available for industry, researchers and educators from both regions to connect and gain new perspectives while sharing innovative ideas to help develop long term partnerships. Bursaries of up to €3000 are available per exchange (subject to eligibility criteria) to support international innovation and collaboration.
Deadline: 30 September 2018
More details and to apply: see attached flyer, and http://www.eurastip.eu/exchanges
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Ghent University, Belgium
EURASTiP is an EU-funded H2020 project promoting multi-stakeholder contributions to international cooperation on sustainable solutions for aquaculture development in south-east Asia. For more details, see the project website: http://eurastip.eu/
The EURASTIP project will organise its 2nd Capacity Building Foresight workshop on the 25th of August in Montpellier, France. This free workshop will focus on the following question:
Whether aquaculture education is fit for purpose for the 21st century?
Registration deadline extended to : 29 June 2018
For more information, click here.