Sunday , 12 July 2020

AQD showcases products and services @ Congress exhibit

Around 100 visitors from the government, academe, private sector, and media dropped by the SEAFDEC/AQD booth during the Agri-Biotech exhibit at the House of Representatives, Quezon City, Philippines from 21 to 24 October.

AQD scientists Dr. Myrna Teruel and Dr. Maria Rowena Eguia provided free consultation on AQD’s aquaculture technologies and training programs. On the other hand, administrative assistant Ms. Ma.Haydee Stinson distributed free AQD information materials. AQD publications that are for sale like extension manuals and books were also made available during the exhibit.

(L-R) AQD participants Ms. Ma. Haydee Stinson, Dr. Myrna Teruel and Dr. Maria Rowena Eguia at the Agri-Biotech exhibit

 

Dr. Teruel shares information on SEAFDEC/AQD to Congress personnel

 

News anchor from Net 25 (right) interviews Dr. Teruel about the milkfish diet developed by AQD

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