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AQUAEXCEL2020 Training Course: “Fish Nutrition and Feeding”

02 July 2019

AQUAEXCEL2020 Training Course: “Fish Nutrition and Feeding”
Apply Now for the Free AQUAEXCEL2020 Training Course: “Fish Nutrition and Feeding”

Applications are now being accepted for the AQUAEXCEL2020 training course entitled “Fish Nutrition and Feeding”. This is a free face-to-face training course provided by Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) UMR1419 NUMEA (Nutrition, Métabolisme, Aquaculture), France with the assistance and expertise of Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC) (Spain), Wageningen University (WU) (the Netherlands) and University of Stirling (UoS) (United Kingdom). The course will take place at INRA Aquapôle, Saint Pée sur Nivelle, France between 18-22 November 2019.

AQUAEXCEL2020 aims to bring together, integrate, and open up highly diverse key national and regional aquaculture Research Infrastructures in Europe to all European researchers, from both academia and industry, ensuring their optimal use and joint development. AQUAEXCEL2020 will organise nine pioneering technical training courses in total, focusing on different aspects of aquaculture experimentation. These courses present a valuable opportunity for researchers and technicians in this field to further their experience.

This course is designed for professionals from the fish feed industry who are interested in updating their knowledge on fish nutrition and new aquafeeds formulation. Students who are interested in specialising in fish nutrition are also welcome on this course. The course is also open to companies producing new feed ingredients (insect, micro and macroalgae, pre or probiotics) who would like to discover opportunities to enlarge their market to the fish feed production sector.

To apply, please send the following documents to aquaexcel@aquatt.ie, with the subject line: AQUAEXCEL2020/TrainingCourse_Nutrition_INRA

  • Completed Registration Form - Here
  • CV / Résumé
  • A Letter of Motivation
  • Completed GDPR Consent Form - Here

The application deadline is 29 July 2019

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