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AQD and Japan benefit from mutual learning experiences

SEAFDEC/AQD and Japanese universities work together in training young researchers on sustainable aquaculture. Recently, fifteen students from Tokai University and Hiroshima University in Japan visited AQD for study tour and internship while AQD researchers set out to Japan to participate in a training program on sustainable fisheries science.

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What’s in, what’s out

SEAFDEC/AQD ironed out the list of studies, proponents and activities for 2012 and a broad plan for 2013-2016 that will address the goals of its five thematic R&D programs. This was done 15-26 August at AQD’s main station in Iloilo, Philippines.

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Freshwater prawn training, enroll now!

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On 22 August, the 5-day course on Freshwater prawn hatchery and grow-out will start. Venue is AQD’s Binangonan Freshwater Station in Rizal, Philippines; training fee, Php 6000 or USD 500 per person. Email mreguia@seafdec.org.ph

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Tilapia

Why tilapia hatchery/culture? Tilapia, also known as “aquatic chicken,” grows fast and easily breeds in captivity Technology for its propagation and culture requires little input Hatcheries can readily supply the seedstock the industry needs Tilapia has become an effective biocontrol agent for luminous bacteria Generally occupies a smaller area than other culture species

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