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Monthly Archives: February 2024

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Fish Species Profiles


The European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA) provides main market information and data along the supply chain on the most important species for the EU market.

There are available 20 profiles which include species descriptions and other qualitative information, updated data on fisheries and aquaculture production, trade, consumption as well as prices throughout the supply chain.

The Species profiles are available at the link below:


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Good Practice: INVE Aquaculture


With local offices and field teams in 27 different countries and over 500 employees, INVE Aquaculture specializes in providing state-of-the-art solutions in three main domains that are essential to aquaculture production: optimization of animal nutrition, careful management of animal health and rigorous control of the culture environment.

Find out more at https://www.inveaquaculture.com/

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The third edition of AlgaeFarm, event dedicated to algaculture, will take place in Pordenone, Italy, during 20 – 21 March 2024.

The event offers the opportunity to meet the best professionals engaged in sectors such as that of the production of algae in aquaculture or in greenhouses. Apart from the exhibition space dedicated to algaculture, the event will also feature conferences and debates dedicated to algae and microalgae.

AlgaeFarm 2024 will be co-located with the fifth edition of NovelFarm, international conference and trade show on agritech innovations, soilless and vertical farming.

For further details and registration, please access the link below:

AlgaeFarm – English version – NovelFarm Pordenone (novelfarmexpo.it)

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Fish Forum 2024


The GFCM Forum on Fisheries Science in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea (Fish Forum), event which aims to promote discussions and cooperation among scientists and policymakers towards producing scientific advice and encompasses oceanographic, social science and economic perspectives on fisheries research, takes place during 19-23 February 2024 in Antalya, Türkiye.

The event consists of plenary sessions and thematic sessions and unites scientists, fishers, stakeholders, researchers, engineers, academics, practitioners, managers and decision-makers from international organizations, administrations, institutions and universities, non-governmental organizations and the private sector, aiming to ensure sustainable fisheries in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.

Find out more about the event at: https://www.fao.org/gfcm/fishforum2024/en/

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Practical Short Course: Trends and Markets in Aquaculture Feed Ingredients, Nutrition, Formulation and Optimized Feed Production and Quality Management


A practical course on Trends and Markets in Aquaculture Feed Ingredients, Nutrition, Formulation and Optimized Feed Production and Quality Management will take place during 8 & 9 April 2024 at Novotel Gent Centrum, Ghent, Belgium as well as on Zoom.

An optional shrimp farm visit and training is also available on 10 April 2024.

The course is dedicated to decision makers such as technicians, equipment manufacturers, product formulators, plant engineers, processors, chemists and sales and marketing specialists.

For registration and more information regarding the course, please access the link below:


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Circular and lower impact mussel and seaweed aquaculture by a shift towards bio-based ropes


The study “Circular and lower impact mussel and seaweed aquaculture by a shift towards bio-based ropes“, funded through the EU’s EASME with EMFF funds of BlueEconomy-2018 (BIOGEARS project), defines the value chain of biogears as more sustainable gears for mussel and seaweed aquaculture, and sustainability issues covering technology, environmental impacts, economy-market, policy, and social drivers for their potential implementation.  

You can find the study at the following link:


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Good Practice: Bangs Island Farm in Casco Bay, Maine, USA


Bangs Island Mussels is a climate-positive family sea farm, cultivating mussels and kelp

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Energy Transition Partnership Workshop on Innovation and Research


The Energy Transition Partnership will host a workshop for stakeholders on 28 February, 2024 in Brussels, Belgium, focusing on innovation and technology.

The workshop, which will take place as a hybrid event, aims to:

  1. Map the current available innovation and technology opportunities for the energy transition.
  2. Explore and identify current innovation and technological gaps and possible solutions in areas of research towards the energy transition in fisheries and aquaculture sectors.
  3. Explore and identify how we can collaborate and make use of synergies to advance innovation and research in the energy transition in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors.

In order to attend the event, in person or remotely, register at the link below: