Webinar: "Genome editing and future advances in Aquaculture"
11-11 May 2023Online
The H2020 European projects AQUA FAANG and Aqua IMPACT are organizing a webinar series focused on Aquaculture Genomics this Spring. Join us for this third meeting: "Genome editing and future advances in Aquaculture", on 11 May 2023, between 14h-15h (CEST).
AQUAIMPACT "Future advances of using genomics in breeding programs" by Antti Kause (LUKE)
AQUA-FAANG "Genome editing for precision breeding" by Diego Robledo (UEDIN)
Invited speaker "Social acceptance of NGTs" by Sigrid Bratlie, a partner in the GENEinnovate research consortium and project leader at NCE Heidner Biocluster, Norway
Alan Tinch (CAT)
Ashie Norris (MOWI)
Come with us to learn more about sustainable aquaculture in Europe!
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