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  • Assistant professorship position available in Iceland

    [2 Dec 2019] Hólar University's Department of Aquaculture and Fish Biology invites applications for the full time position of an Assistant Professor. They are seeking a highly qualified individual with knowledge and experience in the field of quantitative genetics, ideally with knowledge on animal breeding and aquaculture.

  • Unique PhD course on sustainable aquaculture on offer

    [28 Nov 2019] SWEMARC's course is aimed at PhD students with an interest in interdisciplinary approaches to the development of sustainable food production from the sea.

  • PhD student in Marine ecology wanted

    [4 Nov 2019] Apply for a PhD position in marine ecology at the University of Gothenburg. Together with the supervisor, the successful candidate will develop a PhD-project focusing on the ecology and importance of bivalves.

  • VIDEO Keynote, ICES conference: The future of fish and its role in securing food for a 9-billion world

    [13 Sep 2019] Manuel Barange, Director of Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, FAO, delivered a talk that asked the audience ¿¿¿¿¿to consider the future role of the ocean and the future of fisheries.

  • Seminar: Does sustainably farmed fish exist - and if so, can you label it?

    [13 Sep 2019] Aquaculture is among the fastest growing food industries in the world and has an important role to play in feeding the increasing human population. Around 50 percent of all fish consumed globally is farmed. Sweden has its own production, but the vast majority of the fish we eat is imported. Regardless of whether the fish is farmed in Sweden or elsewhere, the production should be sustainable and environmentally friendly. For consumers it might be difficult to know what kind of farmed fish to buy to make a sustainable choice, and to know what the different sustainability labels mean.

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