Systems group members contributed actively to a very successful AQUA 2018 Conference in Montpellier from 25-29th August 2018 providing ten presentations and chairing or speaking at several other sessions.
Will Leschen was joined in the field by new PhD student Olek Kaminski in the final evaluation of the “Small-Scale Hatchery Aquaculture Seed Production (SHASP) project in Malawi.
John Bostock represented the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP) at a recent meeting of the Expert Group on Skills and Career Development in the Blue Economy.
The 2-year Erasmus+ Sector Skills Alliance project “BlueEDU” was completed in January with the results now published on the project website.
Alexandra Pounds and John Bostock's research on the potential role for Open Education Resources in higher education aquaculture institutions has been published in Aquaculture International.
Wesley Malcorps, PhD student on the EU H2020 GAIN project is celebrating his first journal publication on “The trade-offs between marine and terrestrial resources as a result of fishmeal substitution by plant ingredients in shrimp feeds”.