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Integrating seaweed aquaculture to the third biggest port in the UK  

Dr Sara Barrento gave three oral presentations at the Aquaculture Europe 2017 Conference, which took place in Dubrovnik, Croatia, from the 17-20th October 2017. All presentations are available on slideshare.

  1. Barrento, S., Weston, K., Fernandes, F.,  Nuuttila, H. Integrating seaweed aquaculture to the third biggest port in the UK  
  2. Barrento, S., Whittaker, B., Stringwell, R., Howes, P., Pires, A., Jennings, B., Smith, R., Garcia de Leaniz, C. Training the next generation of aquaculture technologists in the era of climate change
  3. Barrento, S., Whittaker, B., Stringwell, R., Howes, P., Pires, A., Jennings, B., Smith, R., Garcia de Leaniz, C. Testing the low octane diet to keep lumpfish small
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Upcoming course on collecting and identifying seaweeds

The British Phycological Society in association with the Marine Biological Association of the UK will be running a COURSE on COLLECTING AND IDENTIFYING SEAWEEDS. 

The course will take place in the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth from the 25th to 27th April 2017. The course will cover several key topics including:

  • Water Framework Directive Species Identification
  • Preserving seaweeds for a variety of different purposes
  • Making a herbarium with necessary notes
  • Preparing specimens for DNA extraction and analysis techniques
  • Culture of seaweeds for research purposes

For more information and Application forms, please click here

Fees are payable in advance (before January 31st 2017) to MarineSeen.

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