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This workshop provides Early Career Researchers with theoretical and practical know-how on proteomic analytical workflows and data analysis. We aim to teach and exchange knowledge about different applications of proteomics for aquaculture species. Issues relating to sample preparation, processing, data collection and analysis will be discussed, with hands-on experience of 2D-PAGE and MALDI-TOF MS.
Want to know the who, what, where and why about UKRI’s £5.1 million investment in aquaculture research? Do not fear! ARCH-UK has been working with researchers to produce some handy project outlines of the twelve projects that were funded. You’re welcome (and please share!).
DON’T MISS upcoming Women in Scottish Aquaculture (WiSA) Events organised by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) happening in September in and around Argyll on the West coast! Great chance for networking and career building.
We had over 150 registrations for our 2nd Annual Science Event, our biggest event yet! Delegates enjoyed a wide range of presentations on current research innovations in nutrition, genetics, health and welfare, social acceptability, environment and climate change, as well as keynote talks from Ally Dingwall (Sainsbury’s Supermarket Ltd) and Prof Grant Stentiford (Cefas)…
We asked attendees of the ASA Aquaculture Careers Day on 20th May:
What do you need?
How can we help?
What opportunities can we create?
The results of this survey will help us to formulate future events but we welcome feedback any time so please get in touch! Alternatively become part of the team and apply to be one of our ECR Co-Leads.
Are you an Early Career Researcher? Would you like to get more involved in curating events and training for ECRs and the wider UK aquaculture community? ARCH-UK would like to find the next generation of aquaculture knowledge exchange leaders!
ARCH-UK are offering £2000 worth of travel bursaries to PhDs and Early Career Researchers studying or working in the UK to attend the very popular ASA Aquaculture Careers Day at the University of Stirling.
Apply for a travel bursary online here.
ARCH-UK Workshop: Microplastics, Aquaculture & Fisheries – a Risk Assessment, 25th March 2019, London. Registration NOW OPEN. Preliminary programme released! Limited spaces.
BBSRC/NERC invest £5.1 million in 12 new aquaculture research projects
Open applications for £500-£1000 for travel/equipment/analysis/data access/workshops. Deadline 4pm 20th Dec. Eligibility criteria apply.
Dates have been released for the 2019 ARCH-UK workshops as follows:
25 March, London
Finfish Sterility workshop
26-27 March, Stirling
The 2nd ARCH-UK Annual Science Event
(likely 2 days over 25-27 June in Stirling)
ARCH-UK provides early career researcher training to aid grant capture for future aquaculture research
THE ARCH-UK MICROBIOME WORKSHOP IS FULLY BOOKED.
Includes: Registration for our 1st Annual Science Event 4-5 September 2018 and the Shellfish/Finfish Microbiome workshop 22-23 November 2018 as well as an update from the Sustainable Seafood Consumption Initiative and a report from our ECRs that attended Aquaculture UK 2018
Find out how Early Career Researchers are addressing key aquaculture industry issues by watching their short elevator pitches, delivered at Aquaculture UK 2018 to an industry audience (slides available where permission was given).
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