NASF NASF and NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster will undertake two new ground-breaking events at NASF Day Zero on Tuesday March 1st, 2016; (i) Workshop on “Zero Lice” and (ii) Young Global Seafood Summit
DAY ZERO WORKSHOP: “ZERO LICE” – TIME FOR GLOBAL ACTION (10.00 – 15:00)
Sea Lice is a key problem in development of sustainable salmon aquaculture. Development of new solutions has major economic impact on the economy in the salmon industry, globally. In 2016 NASF presents a historic and unprecedented opportunity to bring together key salmon players, researchers’ and leading experts of the world together to embark on new paths to combat Sea Lice. NASF together with Norwegian Centre of Expertise, The Seafood Innovation Cluster will host a “ZERO LICE” workshop that will contribute to new insights and efforts to take global action towards a sustainable salmon future.
Join ZERO LICE-time for global action- and contribute to change – and improving the sustainability of salmon farming worldwide.
DAY ZERO: YOUNG GLOBAL SEAFOOD SUMMIT – NEXT GENERATION SEAFOOD LEADERS (16.00-21:00)
Young people represent a tremendous resource towards achieving a sustainable seafood future. NASF, Norwegian Centre of Expertise and The Seafood Innovation Cluster have taken the initiative for empowering young professional seafood leaders worldwide. The aim of “Young Global Seafood Summit” is to build skills and knowledge for a better understanding of the global and regional seafood agenda.
The Summit will positively challenge them to be better leaders in both their personal and professional lives-to not only do more, but to be more too. The Summit will mark the launch of a new virtual global community to inspire, engage – and share – knowledge committed to engaging in events and interactions for innovative solutions to fuel the transition to the kind of sustainable seafood future we want. The Summit will link up to a number of clusters in other cities around the world by using interactive web streaming technology. This will enable worldwide participation.
11th NASF 2016 – Overview of Program
The NASF conference is a 3 day event and organizes 12 seminars with around 100 speakers. See the seminar line-up here
The 2016 conference program is being finalized and will be published shortly. Registration will be available in mid-December.
For more information, please contact:
Henriette K. Gjeldvik