VIDEO: “Potential of novel and circular based economy raw materials in salmon diets”

FutureEUaqua at ON THE HORIZON webinar

At the first webinar co-organised by European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATIP) and FEAP, Katerina Kousoulaki from Nofima, representing FutureEUaqua at the event, discussed the potential of novel and circular based economy raw materials as main ingredients in salmon diets

Kousoulaki also emphasized that as the global population has been growing, more protein is needed. Aquaculture is a solution, but the sector needs new sources of high-quality feed ingredients to grow in a sustainable way. 

She explained that insects, polychaete worms, tunicates are under the scope of her research, and demonstrated very promising results. You can access download the presentation slides here, and watch the recording above or here

EU sister projects join forces on social media during Aquaculture Europe 2021

This week, FutureEUAqua and our 3 sister projects, NewTechaqua, AquaImpact and iFISHienci, are all represented at the Aquaculture Europe 2021 conference in Madeira.

In addition, we have joined forces on social media, and will launch a Twitter Campaign on aquaculture innovations during the conference. The aim is also to better communicate and disseminate our combined results so that they can directly serve the interest of the aquaculture stakeholders.

If you want to be amongst the first ones who will be informed, follow the projects on Twitter, follow the hashtags #AE21MAD, #Aquaculture4EU and have a look at our websites.

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