Resources

D3.1 – Protocol for gametogenesis of microalgae

The ULPGC studies classical breeding in microalgae for future implementation in strain improvement programs.

Parasite management using Data – Presentation.

Seafood Innovation Cluster‘s presentation at the “On the Horizon” event organised by the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP) with the support of the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP).

The relationship between body fat and feed efficiency in Atlantic salmon – Poster

How much can feed efficiency be improved by simply breeding for reduced body fat?

New technologies tools and strategies for a sustainable, resilient and innovative European Aquaculture – Presentation

Project overview and preliminary results from WP1: feeds and feed strategies

Family differences in feed intake and feed conversion ratio of Atlantic Salmon – Poster

Our objectives are to use family-based tank feeding to quantify the family differences in feed intake, growth, lipid deposition in Atlantic salmon. There is considerable and significant between family variation in all traits within the feed efficiency complex demonstrating that there is genetic potential between families which can be exploited to genetically improve feed efficiency.

Broodstock Management Software – Presentation

The Broodstock Management module allows scientists or technical staff at fish hatcheries to track individually tagged fish. One of the many advantages of using this tool is the standardisation of broodstock management data, and the ease of analysis of data from one or many trials as well as data collected by different research and commercial organisations.

D6.1 – Report on impact assessment indicators monitoring framework.

As the project leads to the creation of new value chains, markets, growth and jobs in coastal, offshore and landlocked areas, this report is crucial to provide an overview of impact indicators.

The report encompasses that the three pillars – the environmental, the economic, and the social & health indicators – are the sustainable choice for future aquaculture.