Kati Michalek recently attended Aquaculture 2015 and gives us an insight into this big event:
“I presented my work in CACHE at the Aquaculture 2015, 23 -26 August 2015, Montpellier, France. The presented poster summarises my field observations from the last month, indicating the remarkable environmental variability in a typical Scottish sea loch and the phenotypical response of the on-growing blue mussel product.
Organised by Elsevier, in association with the European Aquaculture Society (EAS) and World Aquaculture Society (WAS), this international meeting presented “Cutting Edge Science in Aquaculture”.
More than 270 participants from 56 countries attended and experienced innovative and original oral and poster presentations, focussing on the following research themes:
- Research innovations on aquaculture’s interactions with the environment
- Modern methods for disease detection and control
- Applications for physiology and experimental biology to improve the sustainability of aquaculture
- New targets and tools for selective breeding of aquaculture species
- Nutritional advances using molecular techniques
- The governance of aquaculture value chains.
For more information, visit www.aquaculture-conference.com
I am looking forward to presenting CACHE at upcoming conferences in the future! Kati.”