Wednesday , 15 July 2020

AQD, University of Rizal ink accord

(Seated L-R) OIC of AQD’s Binangonan Freshwater Station Dr. Frolan Aya, AQD Chief Dr. Felix Ayson, University of Rizal System (URS) President Dr. Marita Canapi and URS Cluster 1 Chancellor Dr. Fe Batoon. (Standing L-R) AQD scientist Dr. Ma. Lourdes Cuvin-Aralar and URS faculty

 

 

 

 

The University of Rizal System based in Cardona, Rizal, Philippines is the new addition to the growing list of AQD partner institutions with the agreement signing on 19 October at AQD’s research station in Binangonan, Rizal. The 5-year agreement aims to implement the “Aquaculture research, technology and development program (ARTDEP)” where both institutions committed to share their human, material and financial resources for fisheries development in the province.

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