Saturday , 11 July 2020

AQD renews collaboration with UPV

 

(Seated, L-R) Research head Dr. Relicardo Coloso, AQD Chief Dr. Felix Ayson, UPV Chancellor Dr. Rommel Espinosa and Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Dr. Ricardo Babaran. Standing as witnesses are AQD researchers and UPV officials (L-R) College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Dean Dr. Carlos Baylon, Technology Verification and Demonstration head Dr. Emilia Quinitio, College of Arts and Sciences Dean Dr. Ma. Luisa Mabunay and Training and Information head Dr. Evelyn Grace Ayson

SEAFDEC / AQD renewed its agreement with the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) on 28 January at its main station in Tigbauan, Iloilo. The agreement aims to strengthen the capabilities of AQD and UPV in the fields of aquaculture, fisheries, aquatic sciences and related fields through the cooperative use of materials and facilities.

AQD Chief Dr. Felix Ayson and Research head Dr. Relicardo Coloso signed for AQD; while Chancellor Dr. Rommel Espinosa and Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Dr. Ricardo Babaran signed for UPV.

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