The Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) has prepared a series of videos to give visibility to the different types of biotechnology developed in Galician companies.
In aquaculture, lots of parameters can influence the survival and growth of fish (temperature, salt, oxygen, nutrients…) in addition to the genetic characteristics of the individuals. The lack of control and knowledge of the information that influences growth means the loss of millions of dollars and specimens. In aquaculture, just a few hours can make or break fish health.
Artificial Intelligence applied to data analytics empowers the understanding of what influences fish behavior, wellness and growth.
GENEAQUA AND ACUIGEN RESEARCH GROUP FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA PARTNERS OF THE EUROPEAN PROJECT AQUA-FAANG.
The project brings together leading multidisciplinary experts from around the world and partners from the Spanish aquaculture industry sector.
First results of the Fishboost project. Interview with the manager of Geneaqua, Adrián Millán, in the Spanish magazine specialized in aquaculture, misPeces.
The manager of Geneaqua, Adrián Millán explains to MisPeces that, halfway through the project, "all the anticipated work packages are progressing adequately".
The University of Santiago de Compostela will bring together leading international experts in genetics in aquaculture during the celebration of the XII International Symposium on the subject, sponsored by the International Association of Genetics in Aquaculture (IAGA), it will be held from 21 to 27 June 2015 in the Galician academic institution. The International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture is an event of great relevance, which will convert Santiago de Compostela and its University in the international focus of this discipline for a week. It is expected to welcome more than 300 delegates, who will share the results and lines of the most advanced research in a strategic sector for Galicia and Spain in continuous international expansion.
Geneaqua is involved in the European research project FISHBOOST. This project aims to improve the efficiency and profitability of European aquaculture by advancing selective breeding.
Globally there is an increasing demand for aquaculture products.