NTA’s results presented at GAIN summer school “Ecological transition in Aquaculture”
The GAIN Summer School aims at providing key concepts and tools concerning precision aquaculture, circular economy, sustainability assessment, policies and markets. Results and lessons learned from various projects were presented by motivated researchers and operators.
Organised by the EU-funded GAIN Project (Green Aquaculture Intensification in Europe), this summer school was intended to master students, young graduates, PhD candidates, Post doc and operators interested in innovative solutions to support the ecological intensification of aquaculture.
NewTechAqua's coordinator, Alessio Bonaldo was invited to present NTA's first results and gave a presentation on "New technologies tools and strategies for a sustainable, resilient and innovative European Aquaculture".