Thursday , 13 June 2024

AQD renews agreement with JIRCAS

By Development Communication Section

A memorandum of agreement was signed between SEAFDEC/AQD and Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) last 14 July 2016 to mutually plan and implement research projects and exchange scientists through research projects, seminars, trainings and site visit.

The memorandum of agreement stated that JIRCAS and AQD will conduct two collaborative research projects entitled “Demonstration and Verification of Sustainable and Efficient Aquaculture Techniques by Combination of Multiple Organisms” and “Development of Low Fish Meal feed for Aquaculture using Alternative Sources.”

The agreement that is effective until March 2021 was signed between AQD Deputy Chief and Acting Chief Dr. Chihaya Nakasayu and JIRCAS Program Director Dr. Yukiyo Yamamoto (represented by JIRCAS Fisheries Division Director Dr. Tetsuo Fujii).

(Seated left-right) Visiting Scientist Dr. Tsuyoshi Sugita, Dr. Tetsuo Fujii, Dr. Chihaya Nakayasu, Research Division Head Dr. Evelyn Grace de Jesus-Ayson, (standing left-right) Associate Scientist Dr. Jon Altamirano, Scientist Dr. Mae Catacutan, Training and Information Division Head Dr. Ma. Junemie Hazel Lebata-Ramos, Visiting Scientist Dr. Masashi Kodama, Associate Scientist Dr. Nerissa Salayo and Administration and Finance Division Head Ms. Jasmine Gelvero
(Seated left-right) Visiting Scientist Dr. Tsuyoshi Sugita, Dr. Tetsuo Fujii, Dr. Chihaya Nakayasu, Research Division Head Dr. Evelyn Grace de Jesus-Ayson, (standing left-right) Associate Scientist Dr. Jon Altamirano, Scientist Dr. Mae Catacutan, Training and Information Division Head Dr. Ma. Junemie Hazel Lebata-Ramos, Visiting Scientist Dr. Masashi Kodama, Associate Scientist Dr. Nerissa Salayo and Administration and Finance Division Head Ms. Jasmine Gelvero

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