Seminar on Marine Annamox bacteria for nitrogen removal: REGISTER BY AUGUST 21!
The seminar will take place from 12:00 - 16:00
Lunch will be provided for those who have registered before 21 August. Registration closes on 21 August - REGISTER HERE
The world population is expected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050. There is an urgent need for proteins sustainably produced, in order to face this high demand while limiting our environmental impact.
MARTINIS research team
The Swedish aquaculture industry is now at an important turning point for its development, but it is facing urgent matters. Technical innovations are needed to make current practices more sustainable, such as the development of novel land-based recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), currently approached at the University of Gothenburg.
In this seminar, our collaborator from the MIRAI consortium, Professor Tomonori Kindaichi, from the University of Hiroshima (Japan) will present his work on marine Anammox bacteria and the potential use of this bacteria to remove nitrogen waste products in our RAS.
The seminar (45 minutes), will be preceded by a short presentation of our collaborative project (10 minutes) an visit of our RAS, a fika and (optional) open discussion.
12:00. Welcome and registration, lunch served
12:05. Short presentation of the MIRAI consortium and the MARTINIS project (J. Roques)
12:15. Seminar Marine anammox bacteria for nitrogen removal (T. Kindaichi)
13:00. Visit of the RAS facilities at zoologen
13:30. (Optional - includes fika) Open discussion with the MARTINIS research team