|Aquaculture industry conference considers the next decade|
|Friday, 04 May 2012 13:06|
How might the aquaculture industry look ten years from now? And how should it to look? These and many more questions will be considered by over 1000 delegates at the Skretting Australasian Aquaculture Conference 2012 (AA12) which formally commenced in Melbourne this week.
With the theme “The Next Ten Years”, AA12 will provide a valuable opportunity for presentations from academia, researchers and industry, facilitating the meaningful exchange of information amongst the aquaculture and related industries and inspiring all participants to contribute to the future of the industry.
“And at this year’s conference we will look ahead 10 years – this is really important because we all have a chance to help shape the sort of industry we want well into the future.”
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