• WIN-FISH in Aquaculture Europe 17

Some of the WIN-FISH results were presented in the Aquaculture Europe 17 meeting in Dubrovnik (Croatia) last October. Dr. Eleonora Fiocchi (IZSVe) and coworkers presented their advances in the development of methods to evaluate oxidative stress in the European seabass. Drs. Rubén Bermejo-Poza and Morris Villarroel (UPM) and coworkers showed some of their initial results on the effect of environmental enrichment on rainbow trout (click here for more information).

  • MSc thesis at IRTA

Andrea Jardí Pons, a student of the University Master in Aquaculture (Universitat de Barcelona, UB; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, UAB; and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, UPC) has finished her MSc thesis within the frame of the WIN-FISH project. Andrea, under the supervision of Maite Carrassón (UAB) and Ana Roque (IRTA), investigated at IRTA facilities the effects of different stocking densities on sea bream juveniles in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). She presented her thesis on September 19th, 2017. Congratulations!

Andrea Jardí Thesis


  • UU preliminary data in recent scientific meetings

Professor Svante Winberg and coworkers from Uppsala University have recently presented some of their preliminary data on stress coping style-driven selection in zebrafish and Atlantic salmon. They visited St Petersburg (Russia) in May for the "24th Multidisciplinary International Neuroscience and Biological Psychiatry Conference “Stress and Behavior”, and Gothenburg (Sweden) in July for the Society of Experimental Biology Annual Meeting.

  • 2nd Annual Meeting

The second Annual Meeting of the WIN-FISH project took place at DTU Aqua's facilities in Hirtshals, Denmark, on the 6-7 June 2017. During these two days, representatives of the different partners involved in the project had the opportunity to share information and discuss about the current state of the work and the plans for the upcoming year.

2nd Annual Meeting Hirtshals
23 JANUARY 2020