REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE EXTENDED TO 15th March with limited spaces
DISCOUNT STIRLING COURT ACCOMMODATION NOW EXPIRED. Please contact Stirling Venues office on tel. 01786 466000
What to Expect
Academia & Industry knowledge exchange
Latest research on salmonid triploidy including induction, monitoring, feeds, health and welfare
On going research on gene editing for fish sterility and other innovations from leading international scientists
Travel grants available for UK Early Career Researchers - details coming soon
Stirling Court Hotel
University of Stirling,
Stirling, Scotland, UK
+44 (0)1786 466000
The promotional code we set up to allow delegates to book their accommodation via the Stirling Court Hotel website at a discounted rate has now expired. Bookings can still be made after this time as long as there is still availability. Please contact Stirling Venues office on tel. 01786 466000.
ECR travel bursaries
ARCH-UK have a limited number of £150 travel bursaries to attend this event. You must be within 10 years post PhD to apply and without a permanent position. To apply please email James Taylor (email@example.com) with the following details:
Name, institution and job title
Number of years post PhD graduation
Max. 300 words describing what you hope to achieve from attending the event and how it would enhance your research and research career.
Deadline for travel bursary applications has been extended to 1st March at 5pm. You will be notified as to whether your application was successful soon after 1st March.
In addition to the ARCH-UK contribution, this workshop has been co-funded by BBSRC and Innovate UK as part of the Salmotrip project, which is lead by the University of Stirling and partners include Mowi, PHARMAQ and BioMar (see below).
Joanna Gosling: firstname.lastname@example.org
Herve Migaud: email@example.com