European Aquaculture Society to meet in Barcelona, October, “Biotech for Quality”
Food quality and safety is a high priority in Europe and worldwide. Within this priority, aquaculture must play its role in providing high-quality, health-promoting seafood through safe and environmentally friendly production methods, based upon scientific advances in plant and animal science and biotechnologies, including the application of genomics.
The Aquaculture Europe 2004 Conference – “Biotechnologies for quality” – will provide the forum for a presentation and debate/discussion of recent advances in different biotechnologies and their impact on the improvement of aquaculture production and seafood quality, and also on new products and methodologies. This European and international meeting will bring together participants from at least 40 countries to address the key issues and discuss some of the most advanced scientific results and technological tools.
For more information visit the conference website here.
Please note: This conference is now fully booked, however, ScanBalt will publish news and conclusions from the conference.