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SLU Aquaculture

The mission of the SLU Aquaculture platform is to consolidate and develop aquaculture research and education at SLU.


There are 51 pages tagged with SLU Aquaculture:

Webinar: Salmon welfare

Webinar: Salmon welfare aquaculture@slu.se On 20 February, Djurskyddet Sverige launches the animal welfare guide for salmon, as part of the consumer guide "Handla Djurschysst". In connection with

Apply for funding from SLU Future Food(2)

SLU Future Food announces two calls for funding for researchers at SLU. There are two current calls: Seed funding for Food & Cities projects. Deadline for applications 14 April 2023 . Seed funding

117 million to water researchers at SLU from the national research councils

Formas and the Swedish Research Council have made decisions about new projects that will be allocated research funds in the coming years. As many as 20 projects led by water researchers from SLU were

Course in the environmental impact and benefits of aquaculture

Save the date! Course in the environmental impact and benefits of aquaculture aquaculture@slu.se The course will focus on aquaculture's environmental impact and environmental benefit. You will also

Wallenberg Professorship in Fish Health to SLU

Øystein Evensen, part-time visiting professor at SLU in the field of fish health, has been awarded a KSLA Wallenberg Professorship. He will thus strengthen SLU's expertise in diseases of farmed and

Seed money to strengthen and support internal cooperation on water at SLU

SLU Water Forum launches seed money during 2023 to strengthen internal cooperation on water at SLU. Researchers at SLU are encouraged to apply for funding for foremost research projects that aim at

WorldFish visit

In connection to Shakuntala Thilsted's appointment as honorary doctor at SLU, a meeting and a workshop was held with WorldFish and researchers at SLU, active in aquatic research. The purpose was to

Dissertation: Developing the basis of a breeding program for sustainable Rufiji tilapia aquaculture in Tanzania

Developing the basis of a breeding program for sustainable Rufiji tilapia aquaculture in Tanzania sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Christer Simon Nyinondi defends her thesis: Developing the basis of a

Networking workshop and guidance to research facilities in Älvkarleby

Networking workshop and guidance to research facilities in Älvkarleby aquaculture@slu.se Most welcome to this lunch to lunch meeting 8-9 November with different research groups interested to know

Malin Hultberg

andrus.kangro@slu.se Malin Hultberg (Assoc. Prof) is an applied microbiologist working at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp, Sweden. She did her PhD on biocontrol and the use

Sustainable aquatic feeds for resilient aquatic food systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

SLU is the academic partner in a collaborative WorldFish project in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will run until 2027 and aims to increase the income and improve food security of 5,000 smallholder

Swim calmly or speed up? How we can strengthen animal protection for fish

Swim calmly or speed up? How we can strengthen animal protection for fish aquaculture@slu.se Djurens Rätt invites you to a webinar on October 26. SLU researcher Per Hjelmstedt will give a talk on

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