Tuesday , 18 December 2018
  • Training for mangrove crab farming is in demand

    Mangrove crab continued to be an important commodity among aquafarmers in Asian countries including the Philippines as shown by the high demand for training on the culture of the prized commodity. …

  • Committee endorses more aquaculture R&D activities

    “The Philippines’ aquaculture industry needs to improve aggressively and this country is hungry for results,” BFAR director Eduardo Gongona said during the 27th PTAC Meeting last 17 October 2018 in Makati City, Philippines …

  • Fishworld reopens

    Fishworld is now officially open again after repairs were completed ahead of schedule. Visitors may come Mondays to Fridays from 8AM to 5PM. For bookings, you may call (033) 330-7032. …

  • 8 countries train on freshwater aquaculture

    Fisheries officers of eight countries from Africa, Asia and Oceania spent 16 days training at SEAFDEC/AQD in the Philippines hoping to improve the fish farming industries in their respective countries. …

  • Thai shrimp expert encourages tiger shrimp production in PH

    Former SEAFDEC Secretary-General Dr. Siri Ekmaharaj shared the experiences and current success of the tiger shrimp industry in Thailand despite the threat of emerging diseases …

  • Forum updates fish farmers on aquaculture technologies

    Over a hundred fish farmers and other stakeholders availed of free lectures and consultations on 11 July 2018 at SEAFDEC/AQD’S Multi-Purpose Hall in Tigbauan, Iloilo. …

  • Digital libraries donated to fisheries schools

    Digital fisheries library devices were turned over to 14 state colleges and universities from around the Philippines during its Book Launching Ceremony on 12 July 2018 in commemoration of its 45th Anniversary. …

  • Database of feed ingredients now online

    The database was launched during the Book Launching ceremonies as part of SEAFDEC/AQD’s 45th anniversary celebration on 12 July 2018. …

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Filming of AQD technologies

Mag-Agri Tayo’s managing director Mr. Philip John Daffon Jr and crew were at SEAFDEC/AQD’s stations in Tigbauan & Dumangas, Iloilo and Igang, Guimaras to document aquaculture technologies

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AQD takes part on review and planning in Thailand

AQD Chief Dr. Felix Ayson, along with Deputy Chief Dr. Teruo Azuma, and Ms. Belen Acosta (special departmental coordinator) attended the 2013 program review / meeting on the SEAFDEC Japanese Trust Fund programs held on 1 March in Bangkok, Thailand.

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What’s in Nashville?

AQD scientist Dr. Ma. Junemie Hazel Lebata-Ramos presented a paper on giant clams during the World Aquaculture Society meeting (21-25 February 2013) in Nashville, Tennessee.

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AQD Chief reaches out to junior staff

“The future of AQD is in your hands,” SEAFDEC/AQD Chief Dr. Felix Ayson told AQD’s junior staff at the 6 March meeting at AQD’s Tigbauan Main Station in Iloilo. “A lot of our researchers are retiring in the next five years, and we are encouraging you to pursue graduate studies. Work hard and learn the craft to prepare yourselves to take the place of our retirees.”

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