Scientific news about the fishing sector, fish and their parasites
Already announced in Commnet website the PARASITE webinnar!
CommNet for Education: Parasite – detection and protection of fishery products – Fourth eSeminar
Learn how the EU project Parasite aims to provide new scientific evidence and technological developments to detect, monitor and mitigate the impact of parasites occurring in European and imported fishery products.
To access the eSeminar, follow this link and to visit Commnet page with all the information, click in the link below.
PARASITE website, 2014-02-11
PARASITE website survey is launched!
The PARASITE website has included within its Miscellaneous section (CATCH ALL subsection), a survey to get visitors' feedback. The survey contains 8 questions that can be quickly answered and will help us to improve our Communication Strategy.
Please go to the link below and take our survey!
Sjóvarmál 2013, 2013-12-16
Researching on Anisakis (FO)
The PARASITE project was included in HAVSTOVAN annual report. There a short description of the project is included in page 38.
Spanish public television news report about the PARASITE project and the risk of seafood borne parasites (ES)
Last October 30th the prime time news bulletin of Spanish public tv reported about PARASITE, including a short inteview to Dr. Angel González, who explained the biobank tool developed within the project. The report also addresses health issues related to seafood borne parasites.
Click below to watch the video
Ipac Acuicultura, 2013-10-14
Flat oyster and anisakis, two challenges for the aquaculture sector analysed at ForoAcui (ES)
Two large European projects, funded by EU 7th Framework Programme, were the main protagonists during the second day of the "Foro de los Recursos Marinos y la Acuicultura de las Rías Gallegas" (Galician marine resources and aquaculture forum), held in O Grove (Pontevedra, Spain). One of these projects is PARASITE, recently launched for addressing the challenge to solve the evaluation of the risk associated to fish borne parasites.