At each of our annual AQUACULTURE EUROPE events, EAS offers awards of €250 to the Best Poster and €300 to the Best Student Poster and one year free membership of EAS for the leading author  - as judged by the session chairs, Programme Committee co-chairs and board of EAS Student Group.

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners!

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AE2016 Best Poster 
Ae16 Yufera poster


The AE2016 Best Poster was awarded to Manuel Yúfera,  Instituto de Ciencias Marinas de Andalucía (ICMAN-CSIC), Spain, and co-authors M.V. Nguyen, S. Engrola, L.E.C. Conceição, A-E.O. Jordal, M.H. Le, M. Espe, P.Q. Hung and I. Rønnestad.

Their poster is entitled "Cobia exhibits a permanent gastric acidity as digestion strategy". 





AE2016 Best Student Poster
AE16 Trenkner poster


The AE2016 Best Poster was awarded to Lauren Trenkner,  CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Brisbane, Australia and the School of Agricultural Science, University of Queensland, Australia, and co-authors Jake Goodall, Brett Glencross, and Nick Wade.

Their poster is entitled "Understanding the molecular regulation of glucose utilisation in barramundi".





AE2016 Ibrahim Okumus Award  (abstract)

(EAS Student Group)

 AE16 Clarkson poster 


The AE2016 Ibrahim Okumus Award was awarded to Michael Clarkson, Institute of Aquaculture, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Stirling, UK, and co-authors J.F. Taylor, H. Migaud, C. Metochis, L.M. Vera, D. Leeming, and D.R. Tocher.

Their poster is entitled "Early nutritional intervention can improve utilisation of vegetable based diets in diploid and triploid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)". 




AE2016 Lindsay Laird Award 

(AquaTT and Aqualex Multimedia Consortium)

AE16 Valente poster



The AE2016 Lindsay Laird Award was awarded to Cecília S. Valente, Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazi, and co-authors Karla O. Ortiz, Ana P.M. Fraga, Felipe N. Vieira, and Maria R.F. Marques.

Their poster is entitled "Transcription profile of target genes in thePacificc white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei kept in biofloc and clear seawater and experimentally infected with white spot syndrome virus"