World Aquaculture Society Calendar of Events


2024

June 2024

Location: MEGARON ATHENS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE, ATHENS GREECE
The primary goal of the Aquaculture Congress 2024 is to guide the definition of a resilient future for aquaculture in Greece, the Mediterranean, Arab countries, and beyond. Key objectives include addressing investment challenges, promoting sustainable practices to mitigate the effects of climate change, strengthening competitiveness, encouraging innovation by adopting advanced technologies, developing new products, investigating global demand projections for aquaculture products, and fostering international cooperation and partnerships.

September 2024

Location: Barcelona, Spain
SciSynopsis welcomes you all to attend “International Conference on Aquaculture and Fisheries” scheduled from September 09-10, 2024 with the theme “Current Research on Aquaculture and Fisheries”. Since this conference provides an opportunity for new ideas to be shared, our conference goers include professionals from all around the world, ranging from researchers, scientists, academicians, marine biologists, aqua culturists to fishermen, fish care experts and industry representatives.

October 2024

Location: Newfoundland, Canada
The conference will feature hundreds of world-class speakers and delegates from around the globe on the science, technology, business, and social aspects of aquaculture. St. John’s is located on the most eastern edge of North America, is Canada’s oldest European settlement, and the region is home to some of the most ecologically interesting areas in the World. Nearby UNESCO heritage sites, wildlife and nature conservancies make for exciting daily excursions. Historic and archival locations (one of the 4 corners of the Earth, Viking Settlements, etc.) are within 2 day excursions. This city, famous for its hospitality, music, and culinary experiences is a quick trip across the Atlantic from Europe, and easily accessible from all other parts of North America, and the globe, by air. St. John’s is also home to internationally recognized centres in aquaculture and fisheries science, with Memorial University’s Fisheries and Marine Institute and Faculty of Science leading the way. Cold Harvest 2024 is the place to learn about the latest in aquaculture, see the newest technology in the trade show, and have a great time in the many fantastic restaurants and entertainment sites that St. John’s and Newfoundland and Labrador have to offer.
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