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The Interview: Dr Juan Pablo Lazo

The Interview: Dr Juan Pablo Lazo

The World Aquaculture Society (WAS) was created in 1969 and currently has nearly 3,000 members in about 100 countries. The international character of the society and the need to address specific the specific issues in various regions of the world, they currently have local chapters in the United States, Japan, Korea, the Asia-Pacific region and in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its annual meeting was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, from 22nd to 26th February this year. At their most recent gathering, the society’s new president, Dr. Juan Pablo Lazo shared some of the strategies that he intends to implement to achieve the society’s objectives.

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The interview - Professor Brett Glencross

The interview - Professor Brett Glencross

Dr Brett Glencross is the Professor for Aquaculture Nutrition at the Institute of Aquaculture at the University of Stirling. He commenced this role in January 2016 and has also been the Insitute’s Director of Research since March 2016. However, prior to his most recent appointment, Prof Glencross has worked closely with several major international aquaculture feed companies throughout Australia, Asia and Europe. He also has Honours and Masters Degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Western Australia and a PhD in Animal Nutrition from the University of Queensland. Since moving to Scotland, his work has focused on species such as Atlantic salmon, chinook salmon, barramundi and shrimp.

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IDAH company profile

IDAH company profile

IDAH’s ultimate goal is to be world’s number one with customer satisfaction. IDAH’s vision is to build on our solid traditional manufacturing roots and expand out to be a full-service solutions provider: offering value-added system designs and turnkey project consultation services.

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Happy thanksgiving!

Happy thanksgiving!

Happy thanksgiving!

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Trouw Nutrition launches global validation programme to accelerate technology transfer

Trouw Nutrition launches global validation programme to accelerate technology transfer

Validation centres have been established on five continents, where Trouw Nutrition R&D is collaborating with leading universities and regional science partners. Trouw Nutrition, Nutreco’s animal nutrition division, has launched a global validation programme to demonstrate the effectiveness of its nutritional solutions in different geographies and market places.

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Norel Animal Nutrition company profile

Norel Animal Nutrition company profile

Norel are an innovative company whose business is focused on the development, manufacture and trade of additives and raw materials for animal nutrition.

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Biorigin company profile

Biorigin company profile

Biorigin is a Brazilian company which mobilises knowledge and technology to promote health and quality of life. Using biotechnological processes, it produces natural ingredients for flavor enhancement, sodium reduction, shelf life extension in food market; and nutritional enrichment of feeds and substitutes for antibiotics.

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DSM managing board change

Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, today announces the departure of Managing Board and Executive Committee member Stephan B Tanda per 1 February 2017.

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25/11/2016: Swiss Institute of Feed Technology awards diplomas to 14 graduates

25/11/2016: Swiss Institute of Feed Technology awards diplomas to 14 graduates

Fourteen students from three countries have been awarded the coveted diploma of the renowned Swiss Institute of Feed Technology (SFT) in Uzwil, Switzerland. The 34th Specialist Course in Feed Manufacturing Technology was presented in German. A student from Switzerland received top honours. The SFT recently celebrated the accomplishments of 13 men and one woman after successfully completing the 34th Specialist Course.

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Chile first country to approve Elanco’s novel sea lice treatment for salmon

Chile first country to approve Elanco’s novel sea lice treatment for salmon

Unique treatment approach has potential to provide longer-lasting sea lice prevention and control Elanco’s novel in-feed treatment has been approved for the prevention and control of sea lice in salmon and trout in Chile. Sea lice are a significant challenge for salmon farmers, and this new breakthrough tool offers an innovative, long-acting treatment alternative. Chile is the first country to grant marketing authorisation to the treatment. The approval in Chile follows the completion of a series of studies, demonstrating its efficacy against Caligus rogercresseyi,[i] the most common louse species impacting salmonid farms in Chile. The study demonstrated that salmon treated with the medication remained below the Chilean industry regulated threshold for an extended period of time, compared to the

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